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  1. Hi everyone, First of all sorry for my bad english. I'm trying to build a automated program/autoit that controls a web app. I created the script using mouseclick() , but i don't want the web browser to be visible. I tried ControlClick() , but the web app uses flash and the buttons/items to be clicked do not have an ID. I searched and visited a lott of autoit post and pages (even in german ) , but could not find a way or get it to work. Any help is welcome!!! Thanks already Seppe
  2. If I use the ShellExecute() function to access a URL, it opens IE and directs the browser to the page. This method seems to work flawlessly, but I was wondering whether it would be better to open the link using a different method, or if there is a preferred method? If anyone can advise me on this, I'd be grateful. Thanks.
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