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Problem with ControlClick function

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I use the ControlClick and ControlSetText function to click and send text to an application. All is working fine until The control instance from the application is changing.

For example I have ClassnameNN from Edit30 to Edit13 or Button20 to Button23 and so on.

Is it possible to do a function that is detecting these changes ?


Edited by DjErase

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Welcome to the AutoIt forum. :D

Could you use one of the other properties listed in the Help file on the <Using AutoIt - Controls> page? Perhaps the X \ Y \ W \ H location option if the control position has not changed, or the TEXT option for the buttons?


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