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  1. My current script: ``` $notepadWindow = RunWait('notepad.exe') ControlSend($notepadWindow, "Edit1", "", "abcde") WinSetState($notepadWindow, "", @SW_MINIMIZE) ``` I can't seem to get these three lines to work. Its supposed to run a notepad window, then enter "abcde", followed by minimizing it. Currently it just opens and nothing happens. What am I doing wrong here?
  2. Hello Everyone, I've developed my own GUI using AutoIt and I'm allowing users to minimize the GUI, but I also want to include some kind of timer so that it will automatically restore the GUI after something like 30 minutes or an hour. However, I also want them to be able to manually restore the GUI by clicking the application's icon in the taskbar. I've searched through the forums, but I'm not sure how to get started. Any ideas or functions to research are appreciated! Regards, TX Techie
  3. I have a working code here. #include <GUIConstants.au3> #include <Constants.au3> Opt("GUIOnEventMode",1) $title = "WINDOW" $text="" $fullTest = WinExistsExact($title, $text) $PASSWORD = "PASS" $retryCount = 0 $stop = 1 ;<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< While 1 if $retryCount > 0 then Exit $input = InputBox("Password Protected", "Enter the password to continue", "", "*") If @error Or $input <> $PA
  4. Hello ya'll! My problem is split in two, so I'll start with the first one: What I'm having is my script with dynamically created GUIs with similar / identical names. I would like to have that undepending on how many windows I have open to only have one "window" down at the taskbar. I guess all I need is the correct GUI style, but I can't find which one I need. Which brings me to problem part 2 (which I also find to be the easy part): Windows will open and close on random, so there's no set order in which they'll get closed. But I still need one "window" at the taskbar to work with as lo
  5. Searched and found one thread but it wasn't very helpful. I was wondering how to do this, I have a UI and I would like it when you hit minimize it will go to the tray. Not the start bar. Then the tray will have options to just run from there, or restoring to the UI the saw before. I am sure its a common thing, just cant figure it out so far.
  6. I wrote this application over the last couple of days because a friend was complaining that Windows needed a Roll-up button that minimizes a window to it's titlebar, aside from regular minimize. (Note: you must actually activate a window to see the button.) More than that - this button can be right-clicked to display and change information about a window quickly. The information includes the basics like HWnd, Title, State(using state values, not flags), Transparency, Position, Dimensions and Processname/PID. Note: You can find the Exit option by right-clicking the button as well. ***Grab
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