Fantastic! Thanks for the help, I figured I'd have to search help and test a lot longer than I did.
After reading the help and doing a little testing, I found out that I could just set the variations to 210 to cover most colors and then have no need to set transparency. It's lightning fast as well
I still don't think I fully understand IconN. What I gathered from it was that it's used for (mostly) .gif images to capture a certain point in the animation. Is this correct?
Is there a way to set region of the screen without searching for an image (or set multiple regions for an image)? I'd like to set region X, then look for an image in X that would also be in another region Y, M, or N. If in X and Y do this, if X and M do that, if X and N do something else. I couldn't find any help on this.
Thanks, I love you.