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  1. I'm working on something that is more or less a list of my games from Steam and now I want to get their capabilities too. Yes I could just do some string crunching, but that's no fun! Example page: #include <IE.au3> $oIE = _IECreate("http://store.steampowered.com/app/22650/?l=english") Just to be clear what I want: Code for that list: <div class="details_block"> <div class="game_area_details_specs"> <div class="icon"> <img align="top" src="http://cdn.store.steampowered.com/public/images/ico/ico_singlePlayer.gif"> </div> <div class="name">Single-player</div> </div> <div class="game_area_details_specs"> <div class="icon"> <img align="top" src="http://cdn.store.steampowered.com/public/images/ico/ico_coop.gif"> </div> <div class="name">Co-op</div> </div> <div class="game_area_details_specs"> <div class="icon"> <img align="top" src="http://cdn.store.steampowered.com/public/images/ico/ico_achievements.gif"> </div> <div class="name">Steam Achievements</div> </div> <div class="game_area_details_specs"> <div class="icon"> <img align="top" src="http://cdn.store.steampowered.com/public/images/ico/ico_leaderboards.gif"> </div> <div class="name">Steam Leaderboards</div> </div> <div class="game_area_details_specs"> <div class="icon"> <img align="top" src="http://cdn.store.steampowered.com/public/images/ico/ico_stats.gif"> </div> <div class="name">Stats</div> </div> <div class="game_area_details_specs"> <div class="icon"> <img align="top" src="http://cdn.store.steampowered.com/public/images/ico/ico_controller.gif"> </div> <div class="name">Controller enabled</div> </div> </div> If I could just somehow get an array containing the names from the details_block... I don't know where to go from here
  2. A Simple function to get information of all the monitors such as the Name, Monitor Type, Manufacturer, Resolution and more. #cs FUNCTION ==================================================================================================================== Name...........: _Get_MonitorsInformation Description....: Gets details of all the Displays. Syntax.........: _Get_MonitorsInformation() Parameters.....: None Return values..: The array returned is 8 dimensional and is made up as follows: Success ====> $array[0][0] = The number of displays on the computer $array[0][1] = The Error code returned by WMIService Object $array[1][0] = Name $array[1][1] = Monitor Type $array[1][2] = Manfucturer $array[1][3] = DPI X $array[1][4] = DPI Y $array[1][5] = Screen Width $array[1][6] = Screen Height $array[1][7] = Display Type Failure ====> $array[0][0] = 0 $array[0][1] = The Error code returned by WMIService Object Author.........: Antonio Do Rosario (Aipion) Remarks........: Works with Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista and 7 Example........: Yes #ce=============================================================================================================================== Func _Get_MonitorsInformation() Local $objWMIService ; As Object Local $colItems ; As Object Local $objItem ; As Object Local $DisplaysArray[1][8] Local $objWMIService = ObjGet("winmgmts:.rootcimv2") $DisplaysArray[0][1] = Hex(@error, 8) If @error Then ;Error Getting an active WMIService Object. $DisplaysArray[0][0] = 0 Return $DisplaysArray EndIf $colItems = $objWMIService.ExecQuery("Select * From Win32_DesktopMonitor") For $objItem In $colItems $DisplaysArray[0][0] += 1 ReDim $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]+1][8] $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][0] = $objItem.Name ;Name $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][1] = $objItem.MonitorType ;Monitor Type $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][2] = $objItem.MonitorManufacturer ;Manfucturer $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][3] = $objItem.PixelsPerXLogicalInch ;DPI X $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][4] = $objItem.PixelsPerYLogicalInch ;DPI Y $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][5] = $objItem.ScreenWidth ;Screen Width $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][6] = $objItem.ScreenHeight ;Screen Height ;Display Type Switch $objItem.DisplayType Case 0 $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "Unknown" Case 1 $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "Other" Case 2 $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "MultiScan Color" Case 3 $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "MultiScan Monochrome" Case 4 $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "Fixed Frequency Color" Case 5 $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "Fixed Frequency Monochrome" Case Else $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "Unknown" EndSwitch Next Return $DisplaysArray EndFunc Example of Use: #include <Array.au3> $GetMonArray = _Get_MonitorsInformation() _ArrayDisplay($GetMonArray) #cs FUNCTION ==================================================================================================================== Name...........: _Get_MonitorsInformation Description....: Gets details of all the Displays. Syntax.........: _Get_MonitorsInformation() Parameters.....: None Return values..: The array returned is 8 dimensional and is made up as follows: Success ====> $array[0][0] = The number of displays on the computer $array[0][1] = The Error code returned by WMIService Object $array[1][0] = Name $array[1][1] = Monitor Type $array[1][2] = Manfucturer $array[1][3] = DPI X $array[1][4] = DPI Y $array[1][5] = Screen Width $array[1][6] = Screen Height $array[1][7] = Display Type Failure ====> $array[0][0] = 0 $array[0][1] = The Error code returned by WMIService Object Author.........: Antonio Do Rosario (Aipion) Remarks........: Works with Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista and 7 Example........: Yes #ce===============================================================================================================================Func _Get_MonitorsInformation() Local $objWMIService ; As Object Local $colItems ; As Object Local $objItem ; As Object Local $DisplaysArray[1][8] Local $objWMIService = ObjGet("winmgmts:.rootcimv2") $DisplaysArray[0][1] = Hex(@error, 8) If @error Then ;Error Getting an active WMIService Object. $DisplaysArray[0][0] = 0 Return $DisplaysArray EndIf $colItems = $objWMIService.ExecQuery("Select * From Win32_DesktopMonitor") For $objItem In $colItems $DisplaysArray[0][0] += 1 ReDim $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]+1][8] $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][0] = $objItem.Name ;Name $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][1] = $objItem.MonitorType ;Monitor Type $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][2] = $objItem.MonitorManufacturer ;Manfucturer $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][3] = $objItem.PixelsPerXLogicalInch ;DPI X $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][4] = $objItem.PixelsPerYLogicalInch ;DPI Y $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][5] = $objItem.ScreenWidth ;Screen Width $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][6] = $objItem.ScreenHeight ;Screen Height ;Display Type Switch $objItem.DisplayType Case 0 $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "Unknown" Case 1 $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "Other" Case 2 $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "MultiScan Color" Case 3 $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "MultiScan Monochrome" Case 4 $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "Fixed Frequency Color" Case 5 $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "Fixed Frequency Monochrome" Case Else $DisplaysArray[$DisplaysArray[0][0]][7] = "Unknown" EndSwitch Next Return $DisplaysArray EndFunc