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VNC server can be connected using SikuliX. Once we invoke vncStart() method, it returns VNCScreen object. All you need to do is pass the below parameters while connecting your VNC server.

Parameters:

• ip – the server IP (default: 127.0.0.1 loopback/localhost)
• port – the port number (default 5900)
• connectionTimeout – seconds to wait for a valid connection (default 10)
• timeout – the timout value in milli-seconds during normal operation (default 1000)

Code

VNCScreen vncscreen=org.sikuli.script.Sikulix.vncStart("127.0.0.1", 5900, 10, 1000);
vncscreen.type("abc");
vncscreen.find("xxx.png");
  

Source: Connecting to a VNC Server (VNCScreen)

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VNC server can be connected using SikuliX. Once we invoke vncStart() method, it returns VNCScreen object. All you need to do is pass the below parameters while connecting your VNC server.

Parameters:

• ip – the server IP (default: 127.0.0.1 loopback/localhost)
• port – the port number (default 5900)
• connectionTimeout – seconds to wait for a valid connection (default 10)
• timeout – the timout value in milli-seconds during normal operation (default 1000)

Code

VNCScreen vncscreen=org.sikuli.script.Sikulix.vncStart("127.0.0.1", 5900, 10, 1000);
vncscreen.type("abc");
vncscreen.find("xxx.png");
  

Source: Connecting to a VNC Server (VNCScreen)