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  1. I am new to AutoIT but I do use Sikuli. Decided to use AutoIT for this project as all the required can be created in an .exe file, does not need Java like Sikuli. Also which can be pushed to tool bar of Windows 10 desktop. Our users will interact with a client/server application and normally work on dual screen. The script needs to detect the c/s application from the dual screen, needs to do three mouse clicks based of image/pixel comparison, will need to wait till the click object is available and then finally take screen capture of the top 40 rows and save the .jpeg file to windows file share location. once the file save is completed, pop up message - the screen capture is completed. Then the users can do their regular work. Potentially other factor that will play are the screen resolution. Can anyone guide me to some relevant scripts already in the forum. In the meantime I am learning the basics of the tool. Appreciate feedback and any help George V
  2. Function Reference _AutoItErrorTrap.au3 UDF to intercept the error window of AutoIt, showing more details about the error, including ability to save and send by email! (Detection and treatment of errors in the AutoIt scripts!) Sintax: ; Adding the directives below, will cause your program be compiled with the indexing of the original lines shown in SciTE: #AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Before=ShowOriginalLine.exe %in% #AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_After=ShowOriginalLine.exe %in% ;Or you can use the program "ShowOriginalLine.exe" directly and choose the script you want to add support to show the original lines! #include "_AutoItErrorTrap.au3" ; _AutoItErrorTrap ([sTitle [, sText [, fUseCallBack]]]) _AutoItErrorTrap()Supports: ;Error detection in your AutoIt script and local #Includes! ;According to the AutoIt Help, the definition for "local Includes" is: ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ;If "..." is used, the filename is taken to be relative to the current script. ;------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ;This means that for you to have your UDF or other external module with support to show the original lines, one should use as follows: #include "[path] filename" ; See the AutoIt help for more details.Downloads: Version: 0.11 _AutoItErrorTrap_(RedirectLink).html Note: The error detection is performed in the same executable, does not requiring opening two .exes for this action! Works with CUI too. Usage example is included! (You need to compile first, but it also work with non compiled scripts using context menu [Run Script...]) Sample: More sample: Fixes: #ShowLine_Off $hForm = GUICreate("My GUI menu", 480, 360) $iFileMenu = GUICtrlCreateMenu("&File") $iFileItem = GUICtrlCreateMenuItem("Open", $iFileMenu) GUICtrlSetState(-1, $GUI_DEFBUTTON) $iHelpMenu = GUICtrlCreateMenu("?") GUICtrlCreateMenuItem("Save", $iFileMenu) GUICtrlSetState(-1, $GUI_DISABLE) #ShowLine_OnWithout them the rows above would be as follows: $__iLineNumber=1 & " - " & '$hForm = GUICreate("My GUI menu", 480, 360)...' $hForm = GUICreate("My GUI menu", 480, 360) $__iLineNumber=3 & " - " & '$iFileMenu = GUICtrlCreateMenu("&File")' $iFileMenu = GUICtrlCreateMenu("&File") $__iLineNumber=4 & " - " & '$iFileItem = GUICtrlCreateMenuItem("Ope...' $iFileItem = GUICtrlCreateMenuItem("Open", $iFileMenu) $__iLineNumber=5 & " - " & 'GUICtrlSetState(-1, $GUI_DEFBUTTON)' GUICtrlSetState(-1, $GUI_DEFBUTTON) $__iLineNumber=6 & " - " & '$iHelpMenu = GUICtrlCreateMenu("?")' $iHelpMenu = GUICtrlCreateMenu("?") $__iLineNumber=7 & " - " & 'GUICtrlCreateMenuItem("Save", $iFileMenu)' GUICtrlCreateMenuItem("Save", $iFileMenu) $__iLineNumber=8 & " - " & 'GUICtrlSetState(-1, $GUI_DISABLE)' GUICtrlSetState(-1, $GUI_DISABLE) And the directive #ShowOriginalLine_Param with the following options: /SV or /SkipAllVars ; Skip all Variables to show original line numbers. /SG or /SkipGlobalVars ; Skip Global Variables to show original line numbers. /SL or /SkipLocalVars ; Skip Local Variables to show original line numbers.29/10/2012 -> *Adding the directives below, will cause your program be compiled with the indexing of the original lines shown in SciTE: #AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Before=ShowOriginalLine.exe %in% #AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_After=ShowOriginalLine.exe %in%*Or you can use the program ShowOriginalLine.exe directly and choose the script you want to add support to show the original lines!*It was added #region Translations with the variables available for translation! 0.10.2312.2600b 25/10/2012 -> Added support for viewing the last screen before the error! Now the window can expand and retract again...Change the hook CALLWNDRETPROC to CALLWNDPROC (better...). Added a help button [?] In the main window and minor changes in the code. 0.10.2312.2600b 23/10/2012 -> *Added support to display the original line numbers in the scripts compiled! Thanks to @FireFox for this tip! $hAET_GETERROR = StringRegExpReplace($hAET_GETERROR, "d+[0-9]", Eval("__iLineNumber") & @CRLF)*Additional information suggested by @ricky03, thank you!*Some bugs were fixed and the file ShowOriginalLineNumbers.au3 was added in zip file. 0.10.2112.2600b 21/10/2012 -> Bugs were fixed and a few functions have been rewritten!0.10.1912.2600b 19/10/2012 -> The UDF was almost completely rewritten, now no longer need to include _AdlibEnhance.au3.The detection of error is instant and does not consume more CPU. Interface compatibility with Windows XP 0.10.1812.2600b 18/10/2012 -> Improvements such as icons on the buttons and added a button to save the error information!0.10.1712.2600b 17/10/2012 -> First release!Regards, João Carlos.
  3. Hello, Im a new AutoIt user, im from Spain and i would like to share here my own image search detection method. What's about it? It's not perfect, but with it you don't need to use any DLL file. You don't need to distribute the image file with your final AU3 Script, or Exe if compiled. The image size does not affect to the detection speed. It's bug free (i believe). You can find here as an attach file, a distro package with all you need, and it includes a simple how-to guide. Im going to paste here the how-to guide: How to use this AutoIt image detector: Point 1: Install JRE (Java Runtime Environment), without this you can't execute Java Applications (.jar files). Open the Java tool named AISD with double click on it, or "java -jar aisd.jar" in the cmd. In AISD, open the image you want to detect in your script. Remember: the upper left pixel of the image, MUST be a not common color in the background if you want a fast detection. Then you will get a script file if you want, or only a clipboard copied version, full ready to paste into your main script because this one comes with extra help codes. Anyway, the generated code is the $sign definition of the image (calm down, point 3 explains what is the $sign and it's easy). Point 2: Paste the mentioned code in your main script, and try to follow the sample_usage script. If you know how to write au3 codes, it should be very easy. In general terms, all you need is to include image_search.au3, and then you can use the func image_search($sign, $width, $height). You need also the get_image_sign() function, that calculates the first parameter for image_search(). The get_image_sign() function is the one you have generated at point 1. Point 3: image_search() returns the center point of the target image. The func needs the $sign from the image, width and height. This $sign is the "footprint" of the image, in the form of an array of 9 integers. In most of the cases the $sign should be enough to identify the image, this is useful because using the $sign instead of the real image let you get a small script and a fast detection. You can also delete the image once you get the $sign. This $sign has always the same size (those 9 integers, it does not matter if the original image is small or big). How can you define the $sign for a certain image?, you don't need to generate the $sign, AISD does (point 1). Follow the sample_usage script and you will get it. Files in this distro package: * AISD.jar: The already explained Java app. * image_search.au3: The library or module with the resources that lets you detect images. * sample_usage.au3: The mentioned sample_usage script. It contains the smallest example, but i think it should be ok for learning purposes. * sample_usage.exe: The sample_usage.au3 script compiled (au3 -> .exe). You can execute this to see the image_search() func working. * sample_target.png: The image to be detected in the sample_usage. You can delete this file and the script will be fine. * OffsetCalc.jar: It's only a Java tool to calculate the offset to transform an XY point into another one. It's useful if you want to use apply_offset function (from image_search.au3). Both things are only necessary when it's hard to find a version of the target image with upper left pixel in the way mentioned. As you can imagine, the idea is to detect another image and then apply the offset to get the real coordinates of the original target image. Happy Detections Lasker image_search.zip
  4. Hello, I've thousands of URLs to check them these are safe, malware infected or any other type of error, that's why I searched and found Google Safe browsing API with this we can send HTTP GET request so different code will return to make us clear is it our sent URL is safe or not. Please guide me how can i make this possible I know basics of Auotit but don't know how to use this API to fulfill above mentioned purpose. Your help will be much appreciated. Thanks Here is API URL; https://developers.google.com/safe-browsing/v3/lookup-guide
  5. Hi Folks, I have a small GUI application that writes to a text file. This is basically the part of the script: $fh = FileOpen("Test.txt", 9) ;Append at the end of the File and create the dir structure if it doesn't exist FilewriteLine($fh, "Bli bla blubb...") ;Write 1 - many lines to the file FileClose($fh) So ... sometimes while that application is running, there is another file that does something like this: $fh = FileOpen("Test.txt", 2) ;Open file, erase the contents FileClose($fh) Okay, so basically that is bad, because it results in the first script writing several "NULL"s to the file, so if I try to read that file with another script and _FileReadToArray() it basically exits with RC 2 (Unable to split the file). So the question is: Can I detect that the first file is already opened by an application? Maybe I need to mention that the files is stored on a network drive. Any comments are welcome.
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