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Ok, I wanted a script to test a guitarhero-like game that sends the right key for a note at the right time and for the right duration. I've tried it like this:

$yellow = PixelSearch (left, top, right, bottom, color , shade-variation)
If Not @error Then
Send("{1 down}")
Sleep($sleep)
$i = 0
ElseIf @error Then
Send("{1 up}")
$i = 1
EndIf
If $i = 1 Then
Sleep($sleep2)
EndIf

So it searches the colour in the defined area and when found, it sends and holds 1 until the colour is no more found in this area. $i should lower the cpu usage.

And the problem is, that when i send 1 he doesn't release it after the colour is long out of the area. The moment it releases the key appears rather random to me. And also if i press any other key not in the script, the key is hold and only released when the script quits or pauses.

I've tried this also with multiple notes and the script only hits about 50% and the duration seems totally random. Whereas with this script:

$yellow = PixelSearch (left, top, right, bottom, color , shade-variation)
If Not @error Then
Send("{1}")
Sleep($sleep)
$i = 0
ElseIf @error Then
$i = 1
EndIf
If $i = 1 Then
Sleep($sleep2)
EndIf

it hits 100% but (ofcourse) it doesnt hold them for the right duration.

I'm gratefull for help.

Regards

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you need a While-Wend loop

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that would totally take all the fun out of the game...


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Ok, I wanted a script to test a guitarhero-like game that sends the right key for a note at the right time and for the right duration. I've tried it like this:

$yellow = PixelSearch (left, top, right, bottom, color , shade-variation)
 If Not @error Then
 Send("{1 down}")
 Sleep($sleep)
 $i = 0
 ElseIf @error Then
 Send("{1 up}")
 $i = 1
 EndIf
 If $i = 1 Then
 Sleep($sleep2)
 EndIf

So it searches the colour in the defined area and when found, it sends and holds 1 until the colour is no more found in this area. $i should lower the cpu usage.

And the problem is, that when i send 1 he doesn't release it after the colour is long out of the area. The moment it releases the key appears rather random to me. And also if i press any other key not in the script, the key is hold and only released when the script quits or pauses.

I've tried this also with multiple notes and the script only hits about 50% and the duration seems totally random. Whereas with this script:

$yellow = PixelSearch (left, top, right, bottom, color , shade-variation)
 If Not @error Then
 Send("{1}")
 Sleep($sleep)
 $i = 0
 ElseIf @error Then
 $i = 1
 EndIf
 If $i = 1 Then
 Sleep($sleep2)
 EndIf

it hits 100% but (ofcourse) it doesnt hold them for the right duration.

I'm gratefull for help.

Regards

I'm not quite clear about what you want to do. I can see that you want to hold down a key for a certain time when a pixel is yellow say, but must successive notes occur at fixed time intervals? And if the pixel stays yellow should the key be ket down? And should the key always be held down for a time $sleep or should it be stoipped as soon as the pixel changes from yellow?

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I'm not quite clear about what you want to do. I can see that you want to hold down a key for a certain time when a pixel is yellow say, but must successive notes occur at fixed time intervals? And if the pixel stays yellow should the key be ket down? And should the key always be held down for a time $sleep or should it be stoipped as soon as the pixel changes from yellow?

I think the OP want if the pixel stays yellow the key should be held down, and should be relased as soon as the pixel changes from yellow, and succesive notes doesnt occur at fixed time. ( I think it is what the OP want because I know that game )

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Right, that's what I want. I know that I need a While-WEnd loop, the code is only a snippet.

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

so something simylar to this shud help?

$color = "0xFFFFFF"
Do
    $yellow = PixelSearch (left, top, right, bottom, $color , shade-variation)
    Sleep(50)
Until IsArray($yellow)
Send("{a down}") ;Holds the A key down
Do
    $yellow1 = PixelSearch (left, top, right, bottom, $color , shade-variation)
    Sleep(50)
Until Not IsArray($yellow1)
Send("{a up}") ;Releases the A key
Edited by bogQ

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Thnks, yes this helped me.

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