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  1. This script is an alternative (improvement) to the script published at this link (www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/186225-interesting-effect-with-transparency). In that post a flash animation was used and therefore you need the flash player to work, while here only javascript is used. Here, too, the aim is to show an interesting effect that can be obtained by exploiting transparency, but can also be used as it is just for fun. The animation consists of some fish wandering around the screen. You can continue working on the computer by letting them swim. The javascript source was not writt
  2. An example on how to inject jQuery into a web page It can be useful to manage the page from AutoIt using jQuery. Idea from here: http://www.learningjquery.com/2009/04/better-stronger-safer-jquerify-bookmarklet Suggestions and improvements are welcome #include <ie.au3> Example() Func Example() Local $oIE = _IECreate("www.google.com") Local $jQuery = _jQuerify($oIE) MsgBox(0, "Version", "jQuery version: " & $jQuery.fn.jquery) MsgBox(0, "Example", "click ok to exit." & @CRLF & "Google logo will fad
  3. Hi, I'm working on an interface and I have a problem with zoom management. In desktop mode it works and in android cell mode it seems to work fine too. However, on a Windows tablet, it seems to have a problem ... Basically what I'm trying to do is display a modal in bootstrap 4. But when on the tablet I zoom, my modal s really big and out of my screen. On the android mobile, I remove the zoom before displaying the modal but on the Windows tablet I am unable to reproduce the same behavior. My toggle function to reset zoom before display modal ( Yeah it maybe sketches but I'm n
  4. Making the integration between AutoIt and the BrowserControl easier may facilitate the development of interesting programs. Just think of all those (fantastic) libraries and frameworks available for javascript that could be integrated and exploited in an AutoIt program. For example, to graphically present the results of an AutoIt processing in the GUI, ... and many other possibilities. Providing the basic functions to implement this synergistic interaction is the purpose of this post (if for no other reason, just even to collect some tests done over time here and there, so as not to leave them
  5. I needed a quick and dirty approach to splitting up jQuery multiple selectors, so I could record if a selector pattern had already been used. So I came up with this "quick 'n' dirty" hack. If someone can up with better let me know. I tried to look at the sizzle source, but didn't have enough time to plough through 2000 lines of code. // Split the following multiple selectors into an array var selector = '#nav-bar-temp-1 a, #nav-bar-temp-2 a'; console.log(getSelectors(selector)); /** * Get a list of selectors (singule or multiple) * * @param {string} selector A valid jQuery
  6. Hello, Before Broadcom took over Symantec, I was able to use the following code as the base to scrape daily definition downloads from the web. Since the pages were moved over to the Broadcom web servers, I get a page full of what I believe may be JavaScript instead of the fully rendered page that lies behind it. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I can read the full rendered webpage using AutoIt? #include <IE.au3> $oIE_DEFS = _IECreate("https://www.broadcom.com/support/security-center/definitions/download/detail?gid=sep14", 0, 0, 1, 1) $sString_DEFS = _IEBod
  7. This is just a revision of >IEJS.au3 Library, with more functions and a better naming attribute to what the library actually is. You'll find standard AutoIt object functions as well as internally executed Javascript ones (functions with: _IEEx_JS* are javascript functions). To read more on how this came about or previous versions, please see the IEJS.au3 page. When reporting issues, please provide: Issue you've encountered. Replication code (If I can't run your code, I won't debug it more than likely). AutoIt version IE version IE update version SciTe Version if you ran it from
  8. Hello! Microsoft Edge, the new browser released with Windows 10, uses Chakra as its JavaScript engine. In January, Microsoft released ChakraCore - the open source version of the engine that can be used in other apps. So, how about using it in AutoIt? I tried 2 times to create ChakraCore UDF, and I succeeded. So here it is - the ChakraCore UDF. Features: Executing JavaScript from AutoIt (obviously) Passing data from AutoIt to JavaScript Calling AutoIt functions from JavaScript ChakraCore UDF Have fun!
  9. The DOM allows to do anything with elements and their contents, but first we need to reach the corresponding DOM object, get it into a variable, and then we are able to modify it. * Well, this little tool (although it is not very nice aesthetically) allows you to get visually a "selector" usable to reference DOM objects. Once you have the "selector" of an element you can pass it to the javascript querySelector() function that will return a reference to that element. To use this tool you have to: 1) open the web page you want to inspect into IE browser 2) run this script (if it find m
  10. Is there a way to grab non-hardcoded but rather javascript generated data from a webpage? Tried a get request as well as _IEBodyReadHTML but both seem to grab the code without the javascript generated data. $oHTTP = ObjCreate("winhttp.winhttprequest.5.1") $oHTTP.Open("GET", "link", False) $oHTTP.Send() $oReceived = $oHTTP.ResponseText $oStatusCode = $oHTTP.Status Global $DataArray[10][5] If $oStatusCode <> 200 Then Exit MsgBox(1, "Error", "Status Code <> 200") EndIf FileWrite(@ScriptDir & "\output.
  11. Just trying out the latest version of AutoIt and thinking more functional #include <Array.au3> ; Example ; An example of filtering, mapping and reducing arrays, using a function reference. ; This is similiar to how it would be done in the likes of JavaScript ; i.e. more functional (declarative) than procedural (imperative) ; Filter example Local $aiFilteredBefore[] = [1, 2, 3, 50, 30, 40, 20, 30] Local $aiFilteredAfter = _ArrayFilter($aiFilteredBefore, GtrThan30) _ArrayDisplay($aiFilteredAfter, '_ArrayFilter::') ; Map example Local $aiMappedBefore[] = [1, 2,
  12. Hi there. Im having some kind of a coder block here, <td class="treeview ctl00_CenterContent_objTreeView_2" style="white-space:nowrap;"> <input type="checkbox" name="ctl00_CenterContent_objTreeViewn1CheckBox" id="ctl00_CenterContent_objTreeViewn1CheckBox"> <span class="ctl00_CenterContent_objTreeView_0 treeview ctl00_CenterContent_objTreeView_1" id="ctl00_CenterContent_objTreeViewt1" style="border-style:none;font-size:1em;"> <i class="fa fa-file-code-o fa-fw">
  13. Hi This UDF is for anyone who - Object Orientated Programing ie properties and methods in autoIT - needs standards compliant JSON,, - JSON.parse (read) and JSON.stringify (to text ) - Now JSONPath - wants to use dot syntax in AutoIT like you would in Javascript - dosen't like AutoIt arrays - full javascript arrays and objects in AutoIT! - knows javascript or would like to learn autoIT or vice versa. - call javascript functions like EncodeURI - run any javascript from autoIT ! Tested IE8 - IE11. v7 JSON_OO v7.zip - IE free version. ( hey microsoft ditched IE now too!) .- No IE dependenci
  14. Dear Colleagues, I have no idea how to refer to style.display in my loop. There is a button like: <input name="ctl00$bodyPlaceholder$btnFecharProcessamento" class="button" id="bodyPlaceholder_btnFecharProcessamento" style="display: none;" onclick="FecharJanelaProcessamento();return false;" type="submit" value="Fechar"> I want it to be clicked as soon as button's style change from style="display: none;" to style= ="display: inline-block;" This is what I got, but it's not working... Func GetButt
  15. Hello! I'm new to the forums! Couldn't find any threads covering this issue. Sorry if I'm wrong. I'm having problems changing the text/value of a input box. The particular box doesn't have a name or id, just: class="jq_hotkeys_enabled form-control". This class appears multiple times throughout the source, so I don't think It's right to reference that object. See image 1. However, I've managed to find a object with the name "ctl00$content$ctrl$ucServiceTime$rpServicetimes$ctl00$edtHiddenResourceHelper" which contains the value of the input box, and the id for the person in
  16. How can I do to let return a value from javascript to autoit? I would like to use some javascript functions, passing values from AutoIt and get result back to autoit, for example, this little snippet formats a number passed from autoit and show the result in an javascript alert box, but nothing is returned back to autoit. #include <ie.au3> Global $oIE = _IECreate("about:blank", 0, 0, 1, 0) ; use an hidden ie instance as a javascript "exposer" $r = 1000000 $result = $oIE.document.parentwindow.execscript('alert(parseInt( ' & $r & ' ).toLocaleStrin
  17. Hi, what else can we add in <table> besides <tr> & <td> to make it more interative to the users?
  18. How can I check if element is focused in Firefox using FF.au3 UDF? This is my try: I have prepared a function that checks if the object is focused: _FFCmd('FFau3.isfocused=function isfocused(a){try{return (a === document.activeElement)}catch(e){return}}') $oElm = _FFXPath("//*[@id='someId']") ConsoleWrite(_FFIsFocused($oElm)) Func _FFIsFocused($sElement = "") Local $isFoc = _FFCmd("FFau3.isfocused(" & $sElement & ")") Return $isFoc EndFunc ;==>_FFIsFocused Now, the javascript part is
  19. Hi all. I'm playing a bit with the ScriptControl object using as base this example by @genius257. here is a very simple try, ... but it fails. what I'm doing wrong? Local $oSC = ObjCreate("ScriptControl") $oSC.Language = "JScript" $oSC.ExecuteStatement('alert("I am a javascript alert box!");') MsgBox(0,'AutoIt','Pause') Thanks
  20. Hello, I´m using AutoIt for a long time not only to automate applications but to develop complex stand-alone applications. I am particularly annoyed by the fact that the logic in AutoIt is difficult to separate from the presentation and the standard GUI elements are very inflexible. If you want to create something more sophisticated, you have to use GDI and write many lines for simple effects or animations. With these thoughts in mind, I looked around for alternatives and unfortunately found nothing that corresponded to my ideas. Therefore, I have thought of a different solution. I h
  21. just for further fun Here is a Javascript version of the nice 3D sine wave posted from @UEZ This version uses this nice javascript library:(http://visjs.org/graph3d_examples.html). (All the 'dirty' work is done by the javascript library, so the whole credit goes of course to that library and not to me...) I've simply injected all the html/javascript stuff into a BrowserControl embedded into an AutoIt GUI. Have fun #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> Example() Exit Func Example() Local $oIE = ObjCreate("Shell.Explorer.2") ; Create a BrowserControl Local
  22. This is a little experiment that makes use of a "Browser Control" embedded in a GUI in order to be able to use AutoIt, HTML, JavaScript and CSS all together. This little toy will only work on systems with IE11. The purpose is to drag all the names of the scientists & drop on the right ones. (among scientists it has also infiltrated an intruder). I hope you find it entertaining. I've posted it here in the hope to have some suggestions on how to improve it all (I mean the interaction between Autoit Javascript html and css). Thanks ; this works on systems with IE11 ; -------------
  23. I'm trying to get the HTML code after executing javascript in IE. Here is my code. $url = "http://example.com" $oIE = _IECreate($url) Sleep(3000) ;waiting for executing javascript. But useless. $oFrame = _IEFrameGetCollection($oIE, 0) $sCode &= _IEPropertyGet($oFrame, "innerhtml") & @CRLF Then, I get this error. "C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\Include\IE.au3" (2308) : ==> The requested action with this object has failed.: $oTemp = $oObject.document.body $oTemp = $oObject^ ERROR After executing javascript, when I view source in IE,
  24. Hi to all, in this script I'm using a Javascript library called VIS to display data on a timeline. All is performed within a browser control embedded in the AutoIt GUI, and the AutoIt script should interact with what is going on in the browser control. what I'm stuck on is on finding a way to get notified in the AutoIt script on some events fired from that javascript library. When I use the ObjEvent() to get notified about events fired by html elements from the html page, all works ok... I'm stuck instead on how to receive notifications from events fired by a javascript (custom?) obj
  25. Version 1.0.0

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    A basic UDF enabling JavaScript execution using Microsoft's ChakraCore engine.
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