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JMichaelTX ADD: comments about using Windows
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   * You can search in all screens, or on a specific screen.   * You can search in all screens, or on a specific screen.
   * Alternatively,​ you can search within a specific window.   * Alternatively,​ you can search within a specific window.
 +    * However, the window must be in the frontmost, active, application,​ in order for it to be seen by this Action.
   * Or you can search within a specific area on the screen.   * Or you can search within a specific area on the screen.
     * For instructions on how to get data for area, see [Determine Location of Area to Search for Found Image](https://​forum.keyboardmaestro.com/​t/​using-mouse-display-window-to-get-window-specific-locations/​7112/​9)     * For instructions on how to get data for area, see [Determine Location of Area to Search for Found Image](https://​forum.keyboardmaestro.com/​t/​using-mouse-display-window-to-get-window-specific-locations/​7112/​9)
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 {{ action:​click-found-image-action-example.png?​nolink&​503x407 | Click at Found Image Example }} {{ action:​click-found-image-action-example.png?​nolink&​503x407 | Click at Found Image Example }}
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 +Note that in the above screen shot, the `WINDOW(0,​Left)` function is referring to the frontmost window in the frontmost app.  To refer to other windows in the frontmost app, you need to change the `index` parameter of the [[function:​WINDOW|WINDOW function]].
  
 ===== Search Speed and Accuracy ===== ===== Search Speed and Accuracy =====
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