I want to set a trigger with a "Found" image. I have a Firefox page opened with a website that displays a timer that changing every second, from 1:00 minute to 0:00 embeded in the webpage. I want to set a trigger when KM detects that the timer hit 0:00.
Thank you very much, JMichaelTX, it works almost perfectly!
I mean, the "found" image works 9 out of 10, and i am pretty sure that it's because it's not possible to enter time value less than a second in the "Periodically while logged in / Repeat every 1 second", and the "Found" image last precisely one second also on the Firefox webpage, so a timing offset must occur and KM miss the found image from time to time, no? I carefully adjust the fuzziness too, and even with that, i did not have a perfect result so far.
Any other ideas to improve my setup? Maybe use an apple script or something to be able to enter a value in millisecond instead of a whole second?
Another thing i don't understand is that actions will not be performed after my "Found" image trigger and i really don't know why but i'm new to KM. Here is the macro, so you can see that i just want to have KM to execute the Spacebar keystroke in an app called REAPER. So far, nothing is happening except that i can see the "display" of the found image when that happened, but no action is launched after that...
Thanks for helping me, it's really apreciated, JMichaelTX!
I tried what you suggested, and it didn't work. KM doesn't seem to do anything after the trigger. REAPER doesn't go front, even with Pause or Pause Until... It's strange, it's like KM starts the loop over and over, and no action could be triggered because of the timing of 1 second that seems too short?
I'm pretty sure the Found image works because if i enable the "Display button", i can see that the image is highlighted when the image is found. But you can see better than me with the macro i send you here:
Now it's working good! I downloaded your macro template called "Run Macro When Timer Hits Zero [Exampe]" and it works perfectly, thanks to you! I can't figure out what i missed with my macro, but this one is working great.