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Shai

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  1. Anyone know of software that will basically take a screen print, map all the pixels and their colors and then spit that out into a file? I've setup a macro to scan for 30 contiguous and unique pixels. Unfortunately, it takes forever. I'm trying to speed up this process.
  2. I had tried to do this before but ME complained, thanks a bunch.
  3. Shai

    Increment variable name

    Ahhhhh, I had tried to do this but ME complained so I assumed it could not be done. Thanks. Now if I can just remember the logic I was going to use it in
  4. I'm trying to do a search for a series of 30 contiguous pixel colors in the positive X direction from a set of integer variables set to specific color values. When the first value is found the macro will increment to the next X coordinate and test for the second pixel color. Basically a repeat loop is going to fetch %N1% which is the first pixel color and put it into %N31%. When %N31%, which is set to %N1%'s value, is found the X coordinate will be incremented by 1 and then %N31% needs to be set to %N2% which is the second pixel color I'm looking for. This is where I'm having the problem. How to make %N31% = %N1%, then %N31% = %N2%, then %N3% and so forth. I'd like to have this in some efficient logic that increments N31 to N1 or N2 or N3 etc based on a repeat counter. But ATM I can only see to do it manually with 30 written checks. Is there a way to do this? I'm not a programmer, a hobbyist perhaps, but I'm guessing this might be a "boolean variable" falling in the domain of Macro Express Pro?
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