kandi X-RAY | robotjs Summary
kandi X-RAY | robotjs Summary
Node.js Desktop Automation. Control the mouse, keyboard, and read the screen. RobotJS supports Mac, Windows, and Linux. This is a work in progress so the exported functions could change at any time before the first stable release (1.0.0). Ideas?.
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I am trying to code a bot to automate some tasks on a videogame with JS and Node, so far I've been using RobotJS. The problem I'm facing is that I need to find something on the screen as it moves from time to time to then click on it. Something similar to PyAutoGUI
It needs to use AI to have some tolerance too, as the image will not be exactly the same from time to time, though it's almost the same so I think any basic AI for image recognition would detect it fine.
Does anyone have an idea on what to use for this specific case?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-03 at 06:01
Try this package called
node-moving-things-tracker. I have been using it reliably for a while. It is being actively maintained. Data outputs are well-organized and interpretable. There are a few examples here: https://www.npmjs.com/package/node-moving-things-tracker
I have a program that takes a robotjs screen capture and saves it to a file, like a 1 fps live stream....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-09 at 21:49
The buffer from robotjs is in the format BGRA (Blue, Green, Red, Alpha/Opacity). Before, it took about 100 to 150 ms to take a screenshot and save, and now it takes 250 to 300 ms after converting to RGBA (which Jimp uses). It got 150 ms slower, but it works. Here is the full code:
I have a signed and notarized App where I want to use
robotjs to simulate key taps. I had no problems building
robotjs locally but when I run it through the CI, where I sign and notarize the app, the app throws the following error upon starting:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-07 at 20:05
Ok, i somehow stumbled over a post where something similar happened and fixed it. What I changed in my odyssey of google are the following things, maybe one of those might help someone:
vue.config.js I added
builderOptions.mac.entitlementsInherit = "build/entitlements.mac.inherit.plist". Earlier I only had
I added those tow entitelments to my entitelments list:
I have tried many things and can not seem to get the robotjs code to execute even with rebuild, and other examples I've seen to try.
I still get the Loading non-context-aware native module in renderer error.
I have a button, and on click of the button I want the robotjs code to be executed.
Here is my current code :
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-19 at 09:39
Have you read this issue on Github?
They removed the ability to use
non-context aware modules.
If you're not using Electron 11 yet, you can still use those modules, if you add the following line in the main process:
So I have a start button, and once the button is clicked I want it to execute a function.
I know I can execute the function on start of the electron app but is there anyway to say have a start button, and it execute the code on click of the button?
Also I know you can't use node in the browser, and I know Electron uses chromium, but there is still access to node right ?
This is the error I get :...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-15 at 03:39
No vulnerabilities reported
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