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  1. Hello, I'm having a problem whit winwait on firefoxscreens whit the same title and text. On mine quest on this forum and internet I've found some work around and solutions. unfortunaly This wasn't working for me. I've tried searching tru winlist or finding some unique text but wasn't finding any solution. Does anyone know how to get the wright handle? I just want to move the browser to the right place in the end whit WinMove. thnx in advanced. #include <Array.au3> Global $A_URL[4][2] = _ [["url1" , "same_title"] , _ ["url2", "same_title"] , _ ["url3" , "other_title" ] , _ ["url4" , "other_title" ]] ;~ _ArrayDisplay($A_URL) ;-----kill all firefox.exe ;~ Run("taskkill /IM firefox.exe /F", "", @SW_HIDE) ;Sleep(5000) For $i = 0 To 1 ConsoleWrite("running 1 : " & $i & @CRLF) Local $ID = ShellExecute("firefox.exe", "-new-window " & $A_URL[$i][0] ,"C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox" ) ConsoleWrite("$ID = " & $ID & @CRLF) Next sleep(200) ;~ Local $screen1HWND = WinWait($A_URL[0][1],"") ;~ If Not WinActive($screen1HWND) Then WinActivate($screen1HWND) ;~ ConsoleWrite("$screen1HWND = " & $screen1HWND & @CRLF) ;~ Local $screen2HWND = WinWait($A_URL[1][1],"") ;~ If Not WinActive($screen2HWND) Then WinActivate($screen2HWND) ;~ ConsoleWrite("$screen2HWND = " & $screen2HWND & @CRLF) $sWinTitle = $A_URL[0][1] $avWinList = WinList($sWinTitle) For $n = 1 to $avWinList[0][0] ConsoleWrite("Window " & $n & ": Text: " & WinGetText($avWinList[$n][1]) & @LF) Next For $i = 0 To 1 ;~ WinWait("title1", "", 10) ;~ WinActive("title1", "") ;~ WinMove ("title1", "", $i , $i ) Next
  2. Basically i am trying to make a script that detects if the currently active window is 1920 x 1080 or bigger. If it detects a window that is active, that is indeed that size. It will do some stuff. The problem i am having is that it is detecting my desktop whenever i click on my desktop, so it's doing stuff when i don't want it to. So all i need to know, is how can i do a simple check to see if a window = a title. Here is what i have so far $wintitledesktop = WinGetTitle("[ACTIVE]") If not $wintitledesktop = "Program Manager" Then ;does stuff endif Program Manager is what my desktop is called btw. The problem with that code is that the script is still detecting the desktop and doing the code. In case you need the whole section of the code, here it is. $winsizecheck1 = WinGetClientSize("[ACTIVE]") $wintitledesktop = WinGetTitle("[ACTIVE]") If WinActive("[ACTIVE]") Then sleep(100) If $winsizecheck1[0] >= 1920 Then If $winsizecheck1[1] >= 1080 Then If not $wintitledesktop = "Program Manager" Then $gamesfolderstate = WinGetState($gamesfolder) If WinExists($gamesfolder) Then If Not BitAND($gamesfolderstate, 16) Then WinSetState($gamesfolder,"",@SW_MINIMIZE) EndIf EndIf EndIf EndIf EndIf EndIf
  3. ; ******************************************************* ; Example 5 - Create an array of object references to all current browser instances ; The first array element will contain the number of instances found ; ******************************************************* ; #include <IE.au3> Dim $aIE[1] $aIE[0] = 0 $i = 1 While 1 $oIE = _IEAttach ("", "instance", $i) If @error = $_IEStatus_NoMatch Then ExitLoop ReDim $aIE[$i + 1] $aIE[$i] = $oIE $aIE[0] = $i $i += 1 WEnd MsgBox(0, "Browsers Found", "Number of browser instances in the array: " & $aIE[0]) How can i modify this to show the popup for each tab and display the title of that tab?
  4. Hi Guys. You've all been extremely helpful to me so far. Anyways, I was wondering if there was a way to get winActivate working without using the actual title of the application. The problem for me is that the application I'm trying to script has a title that is constantly changing to indicate which version of a project the user is using. This means, I can't rely on the title to activate the window. I tried using a control ID of the window, but that didn't seem to work...
  5. Ok, so this has probably been posted before, but I was looking through the MSDN library randomly just a bit ago, and decided to play around a bit with some of the console-related functions. AutoIt can make basic console applications to provide users with some basic output (which is generally more efficient than outputting to a GUI), but wouldn't it be cool to be able to name your console windows just like you can name your GUI windows? Instead of it being called "C:\Users\Foobar\Desktop\MyEchoServer.exe" for instance, you could make your program call itself just "My Echo Server" and such. Here is the simple UDF on it's own, and below this is a nice little example detailing how you can use the function. ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name ..........: _WinAPI_SetConsoleTitle ; Description ...: Change the AutoIt process's attached console title. ; Syntax ........: _WinAPI_SetConsoleTitle($sTitle[, $hDLL = "Kernel32.dll"]) ; Parameters ....: $sTitle - A string value. ; $hDLL - [optional] A handle value. Default is "Kernel32.dll". ; Return values .: True if the title was able to be changed, False if it was not able to be changed. ; Author ........: Ken "Kealper" Piper ; Modified ......: ; Remarks .......: ; Related .......: ; Link ..........: ; Example .......: No ; =============================================================================================================================== Func _WinAPI_SetConsoleTitle($sTitle, $hDLL = "Kernel32.dll") Local $iRet = DllCall($hDLL, "bool", "SetConsoleTitle", "str", $sTitle) If $iRet[0] < 1 Then Return False Return True EndFunc And here is the example... For best results, save this to a file and compile it as a console application. If it isn't compiled as a console application, there is a quick and dirty DllCall in there to create a "dummy" console if it doesn't exist already which can serve to demonstrate the function anyways (but without any textual output). #Region ;**** Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI **** #AutoIt3Wrapper_UseUpx=n #AutoIt3Wrapper_Change2CUI=y #AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_requestedExecutionLevel=asInvoker #EndRegion ;**** Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI **** ;Create a new console window if it does not already exist, even if it is not compiled as a console executable. ;This DllCall is not part of the example, it only serves to ensure the example works correctly. ;Don't run through SciTE, the example will fail, and even this DllCall can't fix that. DllCall("Kernel32.dll", "bool", "AllocConsole") ;Don't just rely on this though, to get the most from this, compile as a console app! ;Begin actual example. ConsoleWrite("Keep an eye on the console's window title!" & @CRLF) Sleep(3000) ;First: Setting the title of your console window is as easy as this! _WinAPI_SetConsoleTitle("This is some custom text!") ;A simple count-down, so the first title change is visible for a few seconds before proceeding to the next example. For $i = 5 To 1 Step -1 ConsoleWrite("Proceeding in " & $i & "..." & @CRLF) Sleep(1000) Next ConsoleWrite("On to example two! This'll count to 50 and then exit." & @CRLF) ;Second: Something a bit more advanced. Changing the console's title rapidly. ;When changing the console's title rapidly, you should first open Kernel32.dll and then pass that handle ;as a second parameter to the function. This makes it use the open handle instead of having to open and ;close Kernel32.dll each time the function is called. This ends up making it more efficient. $Kernel32 = DllOpen("Kernel32.dll") ;Open Kernel32.dll. $Kernel32 now holds a handle to the opened file. For $i = 1 To 50 ;Count to 50 _WinAPI_SetConsoleTitle("Counting..." & $i, $Kernel32) ;Set the new title, and tell the function to use the open handle instead. Sleep(100) ;Wait 100ms, so the change can be easily seen by everyone. Without this, the change would happen too fast to notice. Next DllClose($Kernel32) ;Finally, because we like our resources, close the open handle since we no longer need it. ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name ..........: _WinAPI_SetConsoleTitle ; Description ...: Change the AutoIt process's attached console title. ; Syntax ........: _WinAPI_SetConsoleTitle($sTitle[, $hDLL = "Kernel32.dll"]) ; Parameters ....: $sTitle - A string value. ; $hDLL - [optional] A handle value. Default is "Kernel32.dll". ; Return values .: True if the title was able to be changed, False if it was not able to be changed. ; Author ........: Ken "Kealper" Piper ; Modified ......: ; Remarks .......: ; Related .......: ; Link ..........: ; Example .......: No ; =============================================================================================================================== Func _WinAPI_SetConsoleTitle($sTitle, $hDLL = "Kernel32.dll") Local $iRet = DllCall($hDLL, "bool", "SetConsoleTitle", "str", $sTitle) If $iRet[0] < 1 Then Return False Return True EndFunc
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