kandi X-RAY | pyautogui Summary
kandi X-RAY | pyautogui Summary
PyAutoGUI is a cross-platform GUI automation Python module for human beings. Used to programmatically control the mouse & keyboard. Full documentation available at Simplified Chinese documentation available at Source code available at If you need help installing Python, visit
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- Run a command
- Logs a screenshot of a function
- Performs a click
- Run command list
- Handle key down
- Create a custom key event
- Create a special key event
- Click a left click
- Send a click event
- Performs horizontal scroll
- Handles mouse events
- Display the mouse position
- Checks if the given coordinates are on the screen
- Writes the given message to the console
- Makes the mouse move operation
- Performs a right click
- V scroll events
- Horizontally horizontal scroll
- Performs a middle click
- Context manager
- Handles key down
- Double click
- Handles key down events
- Hides key up
- Generic function decorator
- Prints a message to stdout
pyautogui Key Features
pyautogui Examples and Code Snippets
import pyautogui onigiri = pyautogui.locateAllOnScreen('onigiri.png', confidence=0.9) for item in onigiri: print(item)
Box(left=849, top=400, width=55, height=53) Box(left=988, top=400, width=55, height=53) <
def swap(array, i, j): array[i], array[j] = array[j], array[i] return array
lst = [1, 2, 3, 4] def alter_mutable(obj): del obj print(lst) alter_mutable(lst) print(lst)
[1, 2, 3, 4] [2, 3, 4]
num = 2 def alter_immutable(obj): obj += 1 print(num) alter
Time_inp = int(input("Enter a time (+1hour will be added to it): ")) Time_inp = datetime.strptime(Time_inp , '%H%H:%M%M') Time_inp = Time_inp + timedelta(hours=1) Time_inp = Time_inp.strftime('%H%m')
import kivy from kivy.uix.widget import Widget from kivy.app import App from kivy.clock import Clock from kivy.core.window import Window import pyautogui # for mouse click kivy.lang.Builder.load_string(""" #:kivy 2.0.0 : Scrol
import pyautogui def getColorUnderMouse(): x, y= pyautogui.position() pixel = pyautogui.screenshot( region=( x, y, 1, 1 ) ) return pixel.getcolors()
>>> import pyautogui
$ python -m pip install pyautogui
from threading import Thread from time import sleep def run_close_window_task(): while True: print("Hello, close window task is running!") sleep(2) t = Thread(name='backgroundtask', target=run_close_window_task) t.sta
import os os.startfile(path) filename = os.path.basename(path) focus = pg.getWindowsWithTitle(filename) while len(focus) == 0: focus = pg.getWindowsWithTitle(filename) focus .show() # show() for python3.9, activate() for python3.7 t
c.tag_bind(widget, btn, on_drag_start) c.tag_bind(widget, motion, on_drag_motion)
Trending Discussions on pyautogui
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-01 at 12:41
In OpenCV, matchTemplate() has a masked mode. So you basically read the transparent template image as is and then extract its base image and the alpha channel. The alpha channel is used as the mask in matchTemplate(). See https://docs.opencv.org/4.1.1/df/dfb/group__imgproc__object.html#ga586ebfb0a7fb604b35a23d85391329be
Im working with Tkinter currently and im trying to make an draggable canvas image, the code i've "made"/edited from another stack overflow question, the second one to be particular. There code works for me when im using
tk.Frame(), but it gives an error for
Canvas.create_image(). So i edited it a little but now it seems to to be moving the image at all when i drag it
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 02:39
There are few issues inside
- first argument of
.tag_bind()is the item ID of a canvas item. For your case, it is
make_draggable(). So the following lines:
I have a while loop that iterates for 8 seconds, and inside it is a for loop which iterates 4 times, each time executing some pyautogui press functions. However, when my loop breaks, the for loop within continues until completion. Code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-23 at 23:39
Well, your description doesn't reflect reality. The "for" loop certainly will end with the "while" loop, but you can't interrupt the "for" loop in the middle. If you want to stop in mid-keystroke, then you'll need to check the time at every keystroke:
i made a code and wanted that it types numbers from 12300 to 13000 but i got this error...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-20 at 07:13
On line 12, instead of writing
keyboard.write(str(numb)). This changes numb which is an
int type to a
str type before writing it.
So I want to simulate key presses in a SPECIFIC window\chrome tab. For eg, with pyautogui:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-16 at 01:38
Unfortunately, PyAutoGUI can't do this because it only blindly clicks on the screen at x, y coordinates. Unless you know the coordinates of the tab, you won't be able to put it in focus and send key presses to the window.
I recommend a library like Selenium for doing GUI automation in web browsers.
I am currently working on a game in Rust (Piston Crate) and I want to center the Window it creates. It allows me to change the window's offset from the top left of the screen. I want to get the resolution the operating system works in (screen / display / monitor resolution) and center the window based on that.
In Python for example, by using
pyautogui, you can get the screen resolution using
In Java, by using
java.awt, you can get the screen resolution using
Is there something similar in Rust I could use? (
std- or any extern crate)
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-06 at 19:44
I depends of the backend you use.
For example if you use the Winit / Glutin backend you can use the
MonitorHandle struct, which has a
The Glutin module also has a
dpi module that can provide information. https://docs.rs/glutin/0.28.0/glutin/dpi/index.html
If you use SDL2 backend, you could take a look at the sdl2_sys module SDL_HINT_RENDER_LOGICAL_SIZE https://docs.rs/sdl2-sys/0.35.2/sdl2_sys/constant.SDL_HINT_RENDER_LOGICAL_SIZE_MODE.html
I realise that I am presupposing it is the
if__name__ == '__main__' statement that will fix my problem, but after searching this site this seems to be a likely answer...
My script is designed to login to a Gmail account, open specific emails and click on a certain link. The script should then wait about 15 seconds, before closing the new window, and then move onto the next email.
However, when I try to run the script it gets stuck with a Runtime Error.
I will post the script and then the error message below it. Any help would be greatly appreciated, because I am completely stuck....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-05 at 16:52
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 am interested to see if there is a way to store mouse and keyboard movements to automate some repetitive tasks.
Right now, I am able to send mouse and keyboard movements using pyautogui like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-01 at 18:59
If I understood correctly, you want a log of actions in a txt file to be then read and reproduced by
There are many libraries for that like
pynput that offer simple listeners to actions like mouse clicks, keyboard inputs... like so:
I'm trying to create a simple screen recorder with Python. This is the code...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-24 at 22:23
There are several implementation issues:
- As far
"output.mp4v"is not a valid
mp4file extension in the current context.
Change the file name to
"MP4V"is case sensitive and suppposed to be
- As gerda commented, the frame size may not be 1920x1080.
breakat the end of the loop may break the loop after one frame.
cv2.waitKeyis not working without using
cv2.imshow(without an open windows).
The loop is not terminated when
The code may never reach to
Based on the following post, I tried to create a portable code that waits for Esc key, without root privilege in Linux.
The solution I found (waiting for Esc) seem a bit complicated... You may try other solutions.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use pyautogui like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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