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I would like to create an auto login program using mouseclicks, controlclicks only, or whatever is required to send characters from Windows 10 On-Screen Keyboard to a User/Password login form. I thought I would start with OSK to NotePad. Using mouseclicks to enter ID/Password seems more secure than typing plain text. Seems like if I can get that to work I should be able to send the characters to any login form. I have tried many things but cannot send a character(s) from OSK to Notepad. Of course manually works great. Here is some code I have tried: ControlGetFocus ("Untitled - Notepad") ; go to Notepad window MouseMove(649, 206 , 0) ;move to Notepad, then click below Sleep (1000) MouseClick($MOUSE_CLICK_LEFT,"left") ControlGetFocus ("On-Screen Keyboard") ; go to OSK window then click on a character key MouseMove(642, 807 , 0) ;letter - t Sleep (1000) MouseClick($MOUSE_CLICK_LEFT,"left") OR ControlClick("On-Screen Keyboard","","[CLASS:OSKMainClass]","left","",642, 807) The above move to the correct position and appear to click but focus is lost to Notepad. Any help would be appreciated.
All, I have developed a good app for touch screen controllers. But I would like to save myself the time to develop an on-screen-keyboard. The touch controller does come with the built-in-Windows keyboard, but I think it's too bulky and can't be resized. I have tried the free keyboard "Click-N-Type", which is now a little outdated. I can open the keyboard, move it as desired and close it again. Problem is when I type something! I would like to open the keyboard just below the inputbox automatically. However when I type first character, I get focus on my form, and my form will cover the keyboard. Maybe I am missing something here.. is there any example code on how to work in code with on-screen-keyboards ? (other thank kdb.exe from Microsoft). This is what I have so far: Any kind of help appreciated.