Do you have to use those images? Is there something else -- corner of the window, another image that doesn't change -- that's a constant offset from the place you want to click that you can use as an anchor?
Thanks u. I also ended up figure that out the hard way last night when I had finally gotten my greyscale function to work and KM wouldn't pick up on the greyscale and just look at the actual color, sad
They colors are always different. I was trying to do a simple function where I enter picture-in-picture more on my browser. Usually YouTube create a custom background based on the content of the video u are watching and the reason where I couldn't hard code the placement of the cursor is because on some other website (mostly Netflix, let me know if u know some more they place the icon at different positions)
Of course, that could be the naïveté of the ignorant
@ComplexPoint is quite right – by design browser extensions are completely sandboxed from the page-level context Keyboard Maestro has access to, and that safeguard is in place to prevent scripts from doing mischief at the OS level.
However – @MikeTheClicker has demonstrated that magic can happen if you're capable of writing your own browser extension: