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Need help with clicking “yes” to a pop up (ActiveX)

What I need to do is Log in to a website that runs activeX then asks for a username and password then asks to run ActiveX again then asks to open in a new window.

This example (http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=102119) works great to open the website however I still need to manually click yes then it enters the password and username but I still need to click yes on the next two pop up’s.

On day 5 of trying to learn so any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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Any chance, to test or to try it out myself?


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Any chance, to test or to try it out myself?

The Site? I wish I could but its a web base tool at work and would require a vpn connection to the network

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Need help with clicking “yes” to a pop up (ActiveX)

What I need to do is Log in to a website that runs activeX then asks for a username and password then asks to run ActiveX again then asks to open in a new window.

This example (http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=102119) works great to open the website however I still need to manually click yes then it enters the password and username but I still need to click yes on the next two pop up’s.

On day 5 of trying to learn so any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Try using the Send() command to hit the Yes button of each dialog box. Use Sleep() or perhaps WinWaitActive() to pause in between if necessary.


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