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  1. *Spawning a new thread to avoid reopening an Answered question ____________________________________________________________________________ Might be a lil greedy here, but I would like to know if this is doable: So now i'm able to access elements within the group...so i have class NN like Button21, Button22, Button23, Static36, Static37,Static 38 etc. I understand that this is Windows driven. Now, assuming i have access to modify the code of the application, Is there anyway i can add hooks to the application code such that i can get custom Class NNs like "ButtonAdd", "ButtonEdit", "ButtonDel", "TextSum", "TextDiff" and so on. If the answer is yes, what fields must be set in the Application code (developed in C) with standard Windows Controls using Visual Studio.. I'm sure there should be some application developers in here who use AutoIT to test their code.
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