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  1. So in my time of coding I found a better, precise and more powerful way of finding element objects by classname and by tags. Its called querySelectorAll and it looks like this. Now I can forget needing to use a combination of _ietagnameget... and _iegetobjbyclassname... and just use one function. I have not tested this on the latest version of autoit, due to the many script braking changes, but I think it should still work. Credit to Dale Hohm who built the foundation of IE UDF and mLipok who made the error checking better on a previous post. DO note: This a relatively rece
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