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Problem Running in FullScreen.


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I am Pretty Happy for my script so far :)

It works as Intended.

HotKeySet("f", "Poof")		   ;Triggers xxx
HotKeySet("d", "Poof2")				   ;Triggers xxx

MsgBox(0, "Running", "Running") ;MessageBox Informing that the Script is Running

While 1
Sleep(100)
WEnd

Func Poof2()							   ;When User Presses  D   Do:
Send("q")
MouseClick("left")
Send("{tab}")
Sleep(10)
EndFunc

Func Poof()					;When User Presses  F   Do:

Send("w")
MouseClick("left")
Send("{tab}")
Sleep(10)
Send("w")
MouseClick("left")
Send("{tab}")
Sleep(10)
Send("w")
MouseClick("left")
Send("{tab}")
Sleep(10)
Send("w")
MouseClick("left")
Send("{tab}")
Sleep(10)
Send("w")
MouseClick("left")
Send("{tab}")
Sleep(10)
Send("1")

EndFunc

But Not in FullScreen !

It Simply Does Not Work in the Application it is supposed to Run in, when i Run the Application in Fullscreen !

Why? I don't get it at all!

Ive Beed Adviced to use

 ControlSend()

So i did !

And.. Nothing!

ControlSend("Application", "", "", "{tab}")
Works like Send (In Windowed, But not FullScreen)

Send("w")
MouseClick("left")

I Got Mouseclick to work 50%

ControlClick("Application", "", "" "right", 1)

But To Work 100% The Mouseclick has to Occur at the Current Location of the Arrow, Not in the Center of the window. But It appears that ControlClick only is Capable of "Clicking" in a Set X, Y Position.

So that can't be the right Command.. Perhaps Some form of Advanced ControlSend String?

BUT AGAIN ! WORKS ONLY IN WINDOWED MODE !

The Last one is Simple..

ControlSend("Application", "", "", "d")
"d" Is not the Correct Syntax.. Again.. I Would think this can be done by a Advanced ControlSend string.

But Then Again.. Why Is Send AND ControlSend Not Working for me in FullScreen?

Bonus Info: I Used AutoIt Window Info While the "Application" was in Windowed Mode, So i am fairly shure that i got the Name Right

(It Works in Windowed Mode - Why Should the Name be Diffrent in FullScreen?)

OK ! Here Is How i got it to work

I Compiled it and

!!! Run As Administrator !

Sorry Guys ! ;) Beginner Fail :) (My Third Day with Programming)

It's Somewhat Tagged, So hope this will at least help other Newbies :D

Edited by Schoening

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ControlClick is used to click on a control, not at some random spot on the screen. You need to use MouseClick with the X and Y of where you want it to click. If it's not clicking, it's possible the program doesn't support automation.

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Posted · Report post

OK I MIGHT HAVE THE PROBLEM!! GIVE ME A MINUTE :)

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