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  1. Hey I have a GUI with an edit-field and a button. First I write some text into the edit-field and select a part of it. After that I press the button, and the selection is edited. How would I do that, though? When the text is selected and I press the button, it's unselected before the button actually raises an event.
  2. Hi, I just started recently with AutoIT and I am trying to make two dropdownlists where the selectable values of the second dropdownlist will be depending on what is selected on the first one. For example: Dropdown 1 Dropdown 2 xxx => 01-15 ("01" , "02" ,"03" , ...) yyy => a - f ("a" , "b" ,"c" ,"d" ,"e" ,"f" ) zzz => "new", "old", "spare" I started with this code that I've found in this Forum: #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> ; Here is the array Global $aArray[6] = ["SORT", "PCM", "UNIF", "KKE", "GMS", "CDY"] ; And here we get the elements into a list $sList = "" For $i = 0 To UBound($aArray) - 1 $sList &= "|" & $aArray[$i] Next ; Create a GUI #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> $hGUI = GUICreate("DropDown", 500, 500) ; Create the combo $hCombo = GUICtrlCreateCombo("", 10, 10, 200, 20) ; And fill it GUICtrlSetData($hCombo, $sList) GUISetState() While 1 Switch GUIGetMsg() Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Exit EndSwitch WEnd Any idea how to start on this one... thanks upfront
  3. I'm stuck on how to use for range selection .Cells function. Instead of _Excel_RangeSort($oWorkbook, Default, Default, "AD:AD", Default, Default, $xlYes, False, Default, "AE:AE", Default, "L:L", Default)and $aResult = _Excel_RangeRead($oWorkbook, 1, "S2:AB" & $iRows)which works properly I want to use Cells to select the range. Why? Because the Excel sheet was modified and an additional row was inserted. I want to create the script more dynamically by selection it with Cells because I can search for the column headers. Any idea? Thanks.
  4. Hi I'm struggling to clear the display text of of a GUI control combo selection string. I would like to clear the selection like it is clear after it is populated, but not remove any items from the list. Here is a small example. #include <GuiComboBox.au3> #include <ComboConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> ; Create GUI $hgui= guicreate("Clear ComboBox Edit Text", 320, 200) $control_combo= guictrlcreatecombo("", 10, 10, 250, 20, $CBS_DROPDOWNLIST) $control_clear_button= guictrlcreatebutton("Reset Blank Combo Selection String", 10, 40, 200, 20) guisetstate() guictrlsetdata($control_combo, "a|b|c"); Populate Combo while 1 switch guigetmsg() case $control_clear_button guictrlsetdata($control_combo, ""); This clears the entire list frustrating me case $gui_event_close exitloop endswitch;guigetmsg() wend;main loopDoes anyone one know how I can reset the selection to "", clear, empty set?I've tried SetEditText but doesn't work CBS_DROPDOWNLIST. SOLVED: Sorry I thought I had tried this: _GUICtrlComboBox_SetCurSel($control_combo, -1) is the solution.
  5. so my script was made to load drivers based on a selection from a combo box. i've created a VERY robust system to load drivers when imaging with wds or ghost using a winPE wim. WDS does not work correctly with injected drivers. so comes into play my script/program that loads from a winPE wim after wds loads. anyone knows WDS is pretty powerful but it does not always have proper drivers once the winPE loads. so my program loads drivers into winPE based on the model / device. so if we get a new model of laptop or desktop and we want to save up that image to wds we find 32bit drivers and we load them into my program. wds then in turn loads my winPE with my program set to autolaunch and presenting all these options. if winPE contained a generic driver then all is good. if not then we go through my list and usually one of the drivers does work but in case it doesn't we add to my list. that's just the pre-amble incase anyone asks what i'm doing. reminder that this has worked flawlessly for the better part of a year. but now with more devices it's getting cumbersome to manually edit my code, then compile, then mount edit and recompile the winPE wim and inject my autoit program into it. takes a maximum of 5 minutes but when you're constantly testing it gets VERY bad. here's a snippet of the array for the combobox. Local $aList[300][2] = [["___________", "___________"], _ ["ASUS", "ASUS"], _ ["HP Probook 4430s", "HP Probook 4430s"], _ ["Lenovo S10-3", "Lenovo S10-3"], _ ["Lenovo x200/x230", "Lenovo x200/x230"], _ so this populates a combo box that lists these entries. i use a case select to determine which box was selected. very manual editing when i need to add another device. Func selection() $sSel = GUICtrlRead($cb_platform) $iIndex = _ArraySearch($aList, $sSel) Select Case $iIndex = 1 ;~ ASUS $driver = (@scriptdir & "\drivers\hp32\Netrtl32.inf") $nothing = $option Case $iIndex = 2 ;~ HP Probook 4430s $driver = (@scriptdir & "\drivers\hp4430\hp86win7.inf") $nothing = $option Case $iIndex = 3 ;~ Lenovo S10-3 $driver = (@scriptdir & "\drivers\lenovos103\Netrtl32.inf") $nothing = $option EndFunc this is the part of the script which i'm trying to revamp. right now my script works very awesome for what we're doing. however i want it more streamlined. as you can see once a combobox selection is selected, then it goes to that CASE and populates those variables then it kicks down to a function that i have that continues either ghost or wds depending on a selected radio box. this is what i have now for the array for the combobox. $drivers_folder=_FileListToArray(@scriptdir & "\drivers\","*",2) $cb_platform = GUICtrlCreateCombo("",10,40,600,120,-1,-1) For $i=1 To Ubound($drivers_folder)-1 GUICtrlSetData($cb_platform,$drivers_folder[$i]) Next this populates the combox based on the folder i have with each individual device. instead of creating a long winded array. the problem i have now is i don't know how to make it load the driver within that folder without a case select. i was thinking maybe something that got the name of the folder selected, then appended a "*.inf" at the end to load. but i'm totally in the dark of how to do this. if you'd like me to post all my code to help, please let me know.
  6. I wrote a routine that collects data from window by double-clicking a specific address and copying the selection to the clipboard. The cliboard contents then go to an array as a new element. I need a way to send the selection directly to the array without copying it to the clipboard (to save resources). $text = WinGetText("[MyWindow]", "") does not work because the window is from a legacy database run in a mainframe. Here is a sample of my code: ; move and size the window WinMove("MyWindow", "", Default, Default, 800, 500) MouseClick("", 489, 129, 2) ; Copy the selected text Send("{CTRLDOWN}{INS}{CTRLUP}") $XLArrayMyText = (_ClipBoard_GetData()) I would like to get rid of the last two lines and make the selection an array element without copying it into the clipboard. I have not found this topic in the forum. Thank you.
  7. _GUIBox Rubberband selection boxes using GUIs Create Rectangles using GUI boxes. Great for Rubber-band selection (as an alternative to DrawFocusRect), or just putting box outlines on the screen period!Example code included (including rubber-band style box-selection simulation). #include <_GUIBox.au3> ; =============================================================================================================================== ; <TestGUIBox.au3> ; ; Tests for _GUIBox UDF. ; ; Author: Ascend4nt ; =============================================================================================================================== ; =================================================================================================================== ; GLOBAL VARIABLES ; =================================================================================================================== Global $bEscPressed=False,$bHomeKeyPressed=False,$bEndKeyPressed=False,$aHomeLoc[2]=[-1,-1] ; =================================================================================================================== ; HOTKEY FUNCTIONS ; =================================================================================================================== Func _EscHotKeyPressed() $bEscPressed=True EndFunc Func _HomeKeyPressed() If Not $bHomeKeyPressed Then $bHomeKeyPressed=True $aHomeLoc=MouseGetPos() EndIf EndFunc Func _EndKeyPressed() If $bHomeKeyPressed Then $bEndKeyPressed=True EndFunc ; =================================================================================================================== ; MAIN START ; =================================================================================================================== Test1() Test2() ; Test 1 Func Test1() MsgBox(0,"Rubber-Band Box Example","After Clicking OK, the Rubber-Band GUI-Box Example will start."&@CRLF& _ "Press [Home] to set the initial Box start, and then [End] to set the end location of the box."&@CRLF& _ "You may stop the routine at any time by pressing [Escape].") HotKeySet("{ESC}","_EscHotKeyPressed") Dim $aCurMousePos,$aRubberBandGBox $aRubberBandGBox=_GBoxCreate("",3,0xFF0000) HotKeySet("{HOME}","_HomeKeyPressed") HotKeySet("{END}","_EndKeyPressed") While Not $bEscPressed And Not $bEndKeyPressed If $bHomeKeyPressed Then $aCurMousePos=MouseGetPos() _GBoxShowAt($aRubberBandGBox,$aHomeLoc[0],$aHomeLoc[1],$aCurMousePos[0],$aCurMousePos[1]) EndIf Sleep(5) WEnd If $bHomeKeyPressed And IsArray($aCurMousePos) Then MsgBox(0,"Rubber-band box example complete","Last coordinates of the Rubber-band box: "& _ "X1:"&$aHomeLoc[0]&" Y1:"&$aHomeLoc[1]&" X2:"&$aCurMousePos[0]&" Y2:"&$aCurMousePos[1]) EndIf _GBoxDestroy($aRubberBandGBox) EndFunc ; Test 2 Func Test2() Local $aBugaBox,$aBoxRed,$aBoxGreen,$aBoxBlue,$aBoxFADED $aBugaBox=_GBoxCreate() $aBoxRed=_GBoxCreate("",5,0XFF0000) $aBoxGreen=_GBoxCreate("",1,0xFF00) $aBoxBlue=_GBoxCreate("",1,0xFF) $aBoxFADED=_GBoxCreate("",1,0x0FADED) MsgBox(0,"Test 2 - Multiple GUI Boxes","Ready to show boxes - Click OK") _GBoxShowAt($aBugaBox,100,100,800,800) _GBoxShowAt($aBoxRed,300,400,700,700) _GBoxShowAt($aBoxGreen,400,800,402,802) _GBoxShowAt($aBoxBlue,801,200,900,900) _GBoxShowAt($aBoxFADED,410,410,790,790) MsgBox(0,"Now to Hide them","Click OK to Hide the boxes now") _GBoxHide($aBugaBox) _GBoxHide($aBoxRed) _GBoxHide($aBoxGreen) _GBoxHide($aBoxBlue) _GBoxHide($aBoxFADED) MsgBox(0,"Now to Redisplay Them","Click OK to Re-display the boxes, though one will have a new color, transparency, and thickness") _GBoxSetDisplayProps($aBugaBox,3,0x0899CC,255) ; Changing the thickness, color, and transparency (to non-transparent) ; Since the box was invisible, we need to force it to recognize a resize (last parameter=True) as we altered the thickness ; If we had instead put _GboxShow($aBugaBox) prior to _GBoxSetDisplayProps(), we would not need to force a resize _GBoxShow($aBugaBox,False,True) _GBoxShow($aBoxRed) _GBoxShow($aBoxGreen) _GBoxShow($aBoxBlue) _GBoxShow($aBoxFADED) MsgBox(0,"That's all folks!","Now click OK to delete") _GBoxDestroy($aBugaBox) _GBoxDestroy($aBoxRed) _GBoxDestroy($aBoxGreen) _GBoxDestroy($aBoxBlue) _GBoxDestroy($aBoxFADED) EndFunc Download the ZIP from my site Ascend4nt's AutoIT Code License agreement: While I provide this source code freely, if you do use the code in your projects, all I ask is that: If you provide source, keep the header as I have put it, OR, if you expand it, then at least acknowledge me as the original author, and any other authors I creditIf the program is released, acknowledge me in your credits (it doesn't have to state which functions came from me, though again if the source is provided - see #1)The source on it's own (as opposed to part of a project) can not be posted unless a link to the page(s) where the code were retrieved from is provided and a message stating that the latest updates will be available on the page(s) linked to.Pieces of the code can however be discussed on the threads where Ascend4nt has posted the code without worrying about further linking.*edit: clarified with the word 'outlines' so as not to confuse people. (creating resizable solid boxes is a much simpler task not even needing a UDF - I just posted code to do exactly this -> )