I am trying to hold shift key and at the same time click with the mouse. i searched the internet and found a stackoverflow question about this.
I'm using python to search for images and i can do that with one area but how can i adapt this code for multiple areas? found_image
This runs okay, but, when i run it, the screenshot includes also the python.exe window which pops up while running the code. i don't want the
I want to break my code by clicking specific key because its impossible to do it with mouse (mouse is being used by program).
I'm trying to write a script which will automate the boring stuff at work. to do so, i'am using "pyautogui" and most of the script is done. the os
Here is the code, import pyautogui import time while 1: if pyautogui.locateonscreen("something.png",
Here is my problem, i'm a beginner and i try to loop a "find and click" on a specific image ( the "non" button ), it works but the loop don't stop
When installing pyautogui package i got this error: collecting pyautogui using cached
I want to execute this code in pycharm x, y = pyautogui.locatecenteronscreen('lvl35.png') but i get this message
I was able to write a simple game bot using pyautogui.click, pyautogui.locateonscreen, and a bunch of if/while statements. the bot works
I tried installing the pyautogui: pip3 install pyautogui i get this error code:
Import pyautogui as pag import time d = 900 for d in range(100): pag.write(d) pag.press("enter") d += 1
I am building a client which receives commands from a server. (a "teamviewer" type program) the server sends keypress events and mouse
I have a program that is supposed to take joystick position readings from an arduino (over serial), and translate them to mouse movements on my