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  1. Hello, I'm trying to write a script to allow pause / resume of Dropbox syncing; so that Dropbox syncing can be scheduled. So the idea is that the script will emulate what a user would normally do by clicking on Dropbox on the System Tray and then the script will toggle the sync operation If Dropbox currently syncing, will pause If syncing currently paused, will resume I'm writing this script for Windows 10 I am able to open Dropbox from the System Tray, but I can't figure out how to enumerate the controls. I would have been happy with the "simple" approach
  2. hello sirs, i've created a tool to the blind users, this tool helps the blind to listen to a audio effect when moving between the GUIs controls on they computers where this tool can get the class for the current focus control and play a sound from a folder i've added all the knowne classes, but i found some problems i hope any one can help me. this is the code that i created #include <WinAPISys.au3> Global $h_CurrentHWNDFocus = "", $h_CurrentControlHWNDFocus = "" AdlibRegister("WindowAudioFocus", 50) Func WindowAudioFocus() Local $h_NewHWNDFocus = WinGetHandle("[acti
  3. I have the impression that the traditional method for processing responses to a GUI is to assign variables to each GUICreateButton (or Pic) and then use Switch/Case/Endswitch to detect when any Control is clicked. In the tutorials I've seen about Koda it appears to use this method, too. While 1 Global $nMsg = GUIGetMsg() Switch $nMsg Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Exit Case $Pic2 Call("verizon") Case $Pic3 Call("skype") Case $PicExit Exit EndSwitch WEnd But in a few examples I've seen a script use a different method. The script always incl
  4. Hi! I have a button where I need to close it! I was doing through clicking same position in screen but there are some id's that have different sizes. What are the possible ways to click this closable button? Is there a way to close it through id? Is there a way to get it's position through it's ID? Thanks in advance!
  5. Ahoy Autoit Community! After many trials and errors I am unable to solve a problem I am facing and would appreciate any kind of input or better yet a solution The Premise: An embeded slideshow viewer that runs after double-clicking an item in a ListView (each item will generate a different slideshow images). The Setup: GUI with a ListView Control and a simple exit button. The Issue: Once double clicked the slide plays however the GUI "locks"/non responsive until the slide is over. Same thing if I click on the "Test" button. The Culprit: I believe since it's in the imag
  6. I have a super simple login screen I'm trying to access that is written in java. My java testing tools can't access the login screen because it's a modal window. So I figured I'd see if AutoIt can manipulate 'something' on it. I can enter text within the text boxes for user name and password. But I can't see to click on the login button. I've tried just tabbing to it and hitting the enter key (as I really wouldn't have to be completely interacting with the frame). But that didn't work. I was hoping to throw it some coordinates and just double click in that relative area, but when I get
  7. Hi all, i was currently working with html when i got myself the question if there is a windows control that acts like a html container e.g. a div with the hidden attribute. The benfeit is obvious. You can put code in this container and at the moment it is hidden it doesnt take room but when i got visible it uses the room it needs. Is there something i can use with windows forms? Normally one have to recalculate the position of all controls and adjust them manually.
  8. Hi all, This code is from an IronPython project. self._button1.Click += self.Button1_Click self._button1.MouseHover += self.Button1_MouseHover def Button1_Click(self, sender, e): System.Windows.Forms.MessageBox.Show("Hi you clicked me ?") pass def Button1_MouseHover(self, sender, e): sender.Text = "Mouse Entered" pass How easy to connect any event function to any control. I know AutoIt can do this with GUICtrlSetOnEvent function. But this function only takes control ID and function name as parameters. We can't tell AutoIt to act on which
  9. Hi all, I have a form with 15 textboxes. I need to set all of them disabled when i press a button. So i decided to use a loop. But how can i do it. Any idea ?
  10. #include <Array.au3> #include <ButtonConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> ; Proof of concept for using the control id as an index item for an array. I created back on 8th April 2013. Example() Func Example() ; Create the GUI. Local $iHeight = 400, $iWidth = 400 Local $hGUI = GUICreate('', $iWidth, $iHeight) GUISetState(@SW_SHOW, $hGUI) ; Declare variables to be used throughout the example. Local Const $BUTTON_ROWS_COLUMNS = 8 Local Enum $eCTRL_HWND, $eCTRL_VALUE, $eCTRL_MAX Local $aMsg[1][$eCTRL_MAX], _ $iButtonHeight = $iHeight
  11. Hello, recently I have started writing up automation scripts in visual studio. These scripts require me to know the (name) field in the properties of controls written in vb6. My idea here is to open up the screen in vb6, I won't have the code checked out so i wont have to worry about altering it. Some how cycle through the screen and record the (name) property for each control. The controls are named in a way that I should know if i need them or not. (ex. fraFrame1 wouldn't be needed because its a frame while txtTextbox1 will be needed for me to enter data into it) Once I have all the field
  12. Looking to build a TreeView dynamically from an Array (Array built from excel sheet) Have not made the excel sheet yet, so I'm open to suggestions on layout so as to make it easiest as possible to get it into a treeview. Thinking each row could be a item to add with the columns defining the placement in the trees, Like: Cells(1,1) = "Level 1 Parent Name" Cells(1,2) = "Level 2 Parent Name" Cells(1,3) = "Level 3 Parent Name" Cells(1,4) = "Add this item" Cells(1,5) = "" When value = "" then Create entire branch or any part of it that doesn't already exist. advance to next row
  13. r2dak

    Shut8Down

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    Gives you Power controls on taskbar in window 8 ____r2dak (Frustrated Window 8 User)
  14. Hi Folks, maybe this is a stupid question, but anyway here it goes. I have a Script in GUI mode running on event mode. I also have a variable number of buttons the user may press. This is an example of how I'm doing it right now: Dim $aButtons[4] Opt("GUIOnEventMode", 1) GUICreate("MyGUI", 800, 600, -1, -1, BitOr($GUI_SS_DEFAULT_GUI, $WS_SIZEBOX, $WS_THICKFRAME, $WS_MAXIMIZEBOX)) GuiSetOnEvent($GUI_EVENT_CLOSE, "ClickClose") _CreateButtons(4) GUISetState(@SW_SHOW) While 1 Sleep(1000) WEnd Func _CreateButtons($iAmount) Local $x, $y For $i = 1 To $iAmount $aButto
  15. So I'm making this gui with an embedded IE object. It all goes well until I add some functionality, one in particular and it's a big one, the window will be in the same place and same size as you left it when you last exited the program. No big deal until I found that when I resize the window programmatically the controls below the IE Object seemingly disappear. Look a little closer and I find that they're not invisible, just white. I messed around and found out that it has something to do with having the style $WS_CLIPCHILDREN on the gui. I take it off and the controls show up no problem, but
  16. I'm trying to automate some things utilizing both firefox and chrome and a flash website. I would like to know the best and fastest way to correctly identify the flash control (and instance) for both browsers. Here is the code that I use now. I had to remove the instance checking because it wasn't identifying anything. Called in every loop of the main program: Func CheckHWnd($HWnd, $Call) Local $size = WinGetPos($HWnd) Select Case (Not IsArray($size) Or Not IsDeclared($size[3])) Or $HWnd = "" Call($Call) Return Case Else If ($size[2] <> 1024 Or $size[3] <> 820)
  17. _EnumChildWindows Enumerate controls/children of a Window This code enumerates all controls/children of a given Window and returns them in an array. Example code is included. *small change 9/15/2010: removed a #include line from the example code posted here (not required)*update 3/28/2010:Control ID is now retrieved. Unfortunately the indexing was reworked (sorry). But at least now I believe all the relevant information needed is retrieved.Parameters to the function now have a slightly different meaning. Basically, this was done to allow searching for controls with an empty-string for a Tit
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