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  1. Please help! I am using Autoit version 3.3.10.2 to automate a task where I need to click on a control on a window of a third party program. I am having a problem with the ControlGetPos function. When I call it with the correct information about the contol and its parent window, it reports the wrong value for the Y position, though the X position is correct. When I run AU3INFO.EXE it reports the correct position, though. Please see the attached screen shot to understand what I mean. Here is the source code for the example code that I am running in the attached screen shot. These a
  2. I am seeing a buttons position change when the following happens. 1. GUI created at 800 x 600 2. GUI info is stored using WinGetPos 3. GUI changed to full-screen using WinMove 4. Button info is stored using ControlGetPos 5. Button is deleted 6. Button is re-created using the stored data from item 4. 7. GUI is restored to the info gathered in item 2. The button starts with this info: Button Left: 408 Button Top: 84 Button Width: 80 Button Height: 24 and after the events above the button has this info: Button Left: 409 Button Top: 83 Button Width: 80 Button Height: 24
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