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I have a script that works, but I want to change it slightly.

and i am stuck.

The script i have will click on a button via classname, but I want it to

click based on a button location by using the window x & Y location.

I am sure it can be done, here is part of my script.

:Pre-initialization

:Set Name of Window

Global

$windowname = "MyWindowName"

Global

$inspector = "Connected to """ & $windowname;

Initialize Buttons; Location of button

$Button1 = "554, 318, 2";

$Button2 = "239, 320, 2";

Set Coordinate mode to relative to window client area

AutoItSetOption ( "PixelCoordMode", 2 );

Wait for the window of table to become active

WinWaitActive($windowname);

Main Loop While WinExists($windowname) Sleep(300);

$button1Visible = ControlCommand($windowname, "", $Button1, "IsVisible", "");

$button2Visible = ControlCommand($windowname, "", $Button2, "IsVisible", "");

if $button1Visible = 1 then

Sleep(Random(1500, 2500))

$action = GetAction();

if $action = 1 then

if StringInStr(ControlGetText($windowname, "", $Button2), "button2") = 1 then

ControlClick($windowname, "", MouseClick($Button1));

This is were I get stuck.

THank you

John

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Not to great at window clicking but try ControlMouseClick that might do it i think if it dont then theres another way.

heres how you do it. this will probly not work you will need to add corrections and stuff cause i dont want to spend a long time making a script but if you need more help i can make you one

$Fold = 0

$Check = 0

$Call = 0

$Raise = 0

Opt("WindowTitleMatchMode",2")

$pokert = Wingettitle("poker tables name thats always the same well part of it")

$inspec = wingettitle("Connected to ")

Winmove($pokert, 0, 0)

Winmove($inspec, 0, 0)

Set the pos you always want it to have

while 1

if pixelgetcolor(0, 0) = 0 Then

$Fold = 1

endif

if pixelgetcolor(0, 0) = 0 Then

$Check = 1

endif

if pixelgetcolor(0, 0) = 0 Then

$Call = 1

endif

if pixelgetcolor(0, 0) = 0 Then

$Raise = 1

endif

do pixelsearches at locations where it will show only that letter so if the check is in calls place or somin

if pixelgetcolor(0, 0) = 0 Then

if $Fold = 1 then

MouseClick("left", 0, 0)

endif

endif

if pixelgetcolor(0, 0) = 0 Then

if $Check = 1 Then

MouseClick("left", 0, 0)

endif

endif

if pixelgetcolor(0, 0) = 0 Then

if $Call = 1 Then

MouseClick("left", 0, 0)

endif

endif

if pixelgetcolor(0, 0) = 0 Then

if $Raise = 1 Then

MouseClick("left", 0, 0)

endif

endif

sleep(10)

wend

and well you have to do a lot of pos finding for that but i will break it down what it does it searches for buttons then it searches for light then if the button is there it clicks it if its not there then well it dosent do anything.

Hope this helps! :)

Edited by WHRobin566

Witch Hunter Robin

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I have a script that works, but I want to change it slightly.

and i am stuck.

The script i have will click on a button via classname, but I want it to

click based on a button location by using the window x & Y location.

I am sure it can be done, here is part of my script.

:Pre-initialization

:Set Name of Window

Global

$windowname = "MyWindowName"

Global

$inspector = "Connected to """ & $windowname;

Initialize Buttons; Location of button

$Button1 = "554, 318, 2";

$Button2 = "239, 320, 2";

Set Coordinate mode to relative to window client area

AutoItSetOption ( "PixelCoordMode", 2 );

Wait for the window of table to become active

WinWaitActive($windowname);

Main Loop While WinExists($windowname) Sleep(300);

$button1Visible = ControlCommand($windowname, "", $Button1, "IsVisible", "");

$button2Visible = ControlCommand($windowname, "", $Button2, "IsVisible", "");

if $button1Visible = 1 then

Sleep(Random(1500, 2500))

$action = GetAction();

if $action = 1 then

if StringInStr(ControlGetText($windowname, "", $Button2), "button2") = 1 then

ControlClick($windowname, "", MouseClick($Button1));

This is were I get stuck.

THank you

John

Opt ( "MouseCoordMode", 0 )

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