! I made a minor update to address some of your issues.
Remonell wrote:When I create a png with your tool, and right after that click on 'Test', I assume that it searches for that just created png anywhere on my 2 monitors. Unluckily it does not find it in the test, although it does find it with my script and my ImageSearch function. And the image that is to be found is open on my main desktop in an open window.
You are indeed right, the script will search on both your monitors for the image. In your screenshot you'll see it says "Search #1" ... "Search #2": those indicate search on your first monitor and then the second. (When you click on those entries the monitor it searches will be shaded red.) I don't have a ready explanation for why it didn't find the image, although one common issue is that the image is a button or something that changes appearance when your mouse hovers over it. Since the capture rectangle follows the mouse, you may have captured it in this state and when you click on "Test" you are no longer hovering over it and its appearance has changed. To work around this issue, make sure the "Allow Offset" box is checked in the image creator gui. Then pause the updater by pressing the backtick (`) key, move the mouse a little, and unpause it. This allows you to capture an image that isn't directly under the mouse.
One thing you can do inside the debugger window to check what image is being searched for is to click on the step "Measuring width and height". This will display a preview of the image so you can see what it looks like. (Edit: I actually just changed the name to make this more self explanatory.)
Remonell wrote:When I am in the FindClick Debugger and I click on Settings -> Edit Debugger Settings it gives me a error message.
What you have to do here is to put in the path to your editor on your computer. Open up the script and search for "EditorPath" (it's on line 952 in the updated version). Put in the path to the .exe of your desired editor (I use Notepad++
) here. On the next line, it says "EditorCommand = ". Here is where you put the format of your editor that will open the script to the right line. This varies by editor. Unfortunately windows notepad is unable to do this so you need an editor like Notepad++ or SciTE for this to work. `%LineNumber`% indicates where the line number should go. (Edit: I also changed this to make it more explanatory)
Remonell wrote:Also is there a way to go back into the image creating menu when you are in the FindClick Debugger window?
If you close the debugger window (or press esc) it will return to the image creating window. But no unfortunately you can't switch back and forth between them if that's what you mean.
Remonell wrote:Another thought, it would be great if the image creator tool would take the path you chose the last time as the default path.
You're right I didn't want to have any config files, but you can set some "favorite folders" by changing the variable "DefaultDirs" located on line 12 of the script. These folders will populate the dropdown list in the image creator save box, and you can quickly jump through them by pressing up and down. An added bonus is that you can also search for any images in the "DefaultDirs" without putting the full path. For instance, if "image1.png" is located in one of those folders you only need to say FindClick("image1.png"), or FindClick("image1") because png/bmp is assumed.
Remonell wrote:It would be great, if the 'FindClick Screenshot Creater' wouldn't always open in the middle of my main screen.
I just added a setting you can change inside the script settings. Go to the image creator settings and on line 1277 of the code you can edit GuiX = and GuiY = . Put in some number to have the gui first appear at these coordinates.
Let me know if you have any issues with any of that.