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How to close a window that has only a class, no text? [solved]

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You can access the window by its class as well. See the help file for Winclose and click on "Title special definition".

AutoItSetOption("WinTitleMatchMode",4)
WinClose("[CLASS:xSC4550detdoc9012]","")
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gte

I tried this, and it didn't work, is this the code you were talking about?

ElseIf WinExists("[CLASS:xSC4550detdoc9012]", "") Then

WinClose("[CLASS:xSC4550detdoc9012]", "")

caprskeepalive()

You can access the window by its class as well. See the help file for Winclose and click on "Title special definition".

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gte

I defeated this by killing the main process it was associated with, because winclose and winkill don't work on childwindows, but the proper class name can be tested with winactivate and a messagebox.

elseif WinExists("[CLASS:xSC4550detdoc9012]", "") = 1 Then
    WinActivate("[CLASS:xSC4550detdoc9012]", "")
    Sleep(1000)
    ProcessClose("scguiw32.exe")

Yes, it is a child window, I'd like to close it when it pops unless that is not possible?

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