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  1. A process of mine opens a HML file, modifies it and then saves, closes it. I then need to run an.exe that opens this file right after this.. However, nothing that I find on this forum works that supposedly tests to see if the fie is still open, ready to be used by another process. Right now, I just Sleep(2000) . I would like something cleaner than this. This function, for example, returns False when nothing has it opened or if I open the file with notepad or any other editor. I am running on a win7 laptop, if that has any bearing. $File="C:\Utilities\test\rep
  2. Hi, I'm trying to upload a file with a web browser but I can't select the Open File window to select the file that I want to upload. TL;DR I can't handle the Open File window of Chrome and MS Edge. AutoIt just doesn't find it by its title (in Firefox yes, but not on Chrome and MS Edge). With another software (Selenium Webdriver in Python) I access to a web page with a common HTML5 file uploader and I click on it, but when the Open File window comes up, I want to select a file and press Enter (write the filepath that I give and press Enter key or Open button). I have the idea, an
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