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  1. I am experimenting with UIAWrappers.au3 from junkew to complete an application which presents absolutely no control information using AutoIT Window Info. While I am able to complete the form successfully, I am not happy with the speed. As a benchmark, the simple Send method occurs in far less than 1-second, but the UIAutomation approach takes 3-seconds. I am wondering whether performance gains may be achieved by specifying the controls more precisely; but I am unsure how to do that. I was able to speed things up a bit by setting $UIA_DefaultWaitTime=0. The controls of interest are 5-level
  2. So, I have this odd issue happening with UIAWrappers. When I run simplespy.au3 through SciTE, it finds the object I'm trying to work with, no problem. But, when I compile simplespy.exe, it can't find it. Another script that utilizes UIAWrappers is experiencing the same phenomenon. EDIT: Compiling as 32-bit or 64-bit does not affect this behavior. The trouble starts at the very first object I try to get via _UIA_getObjectByFindAll, so I included the $properties2Match array and the object properties that were returned by _UIA_getPropertyValue for that first object both when running from S
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