A “Hello, World!” program generally is a computer program that outputs or displays the message “Hello, World!”.
Such a program is very simple in most programming languages,
and is often used to illustrate the basic syntax of a programming language.
It is often the first program written by people learning to code.
Yes, it is time to “Hello World”.
After the Basic Window introduce, let’s try to write down your first Blackey Script!
Now you might in a whole new Script Editor window, try type below code in your editor window:
Then, click the START button.
You should see the Log window below print “Hello Blackey!”
That it! So easy, isn’t it?
Hurry up to try it out ~ d(d＇∀＇)
Wait a minute, is Blackey can only print log…( ˘･з･)？
How could it be~
So let’s start to try out the “Image Recognition” version’s Hello World!
Click the Img. Button, it will shows a Image Capture Window:
The default mouse behavior is to “Select Area”,
try to select the Blackey App in the rectangular area:
Now you can see the selected area,
the RED corss in the center is the Position it report when Blackey found this image.
You can use RIGHT-click to change this Position.
In the Behavior Menu, you can change the corresponding behavior while insert image path.
The default behavior is “Click the reported posittion”.
Now, click the Insert Script, and you script should look like below:
Now, click the START button, you should see the Blackey App icon had been click.
The total flow will looks like:
Writing script is so easy.
Next we will provide some introductory knowledge for readers who not familiar with programming language.
Readers who already familiar with programming can read the chapters of interest by yourself.
(ヾﾉ･ω･`) See you next chapter!