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k... my program doesnt controlclick.... need help... :D ive been messing around with it for day's...

Opt("MouseCoordMode", 0)
WinSetState("Test", "", @SW_HIDE)
ControlClick("Test", "", "[X:50; Y:50;]")
WinSetState("Test", "", @SW_SHOW)

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I've never seen a control named [X:50; Y:50] before, you sure you got that part right?

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ID - The internal control ID. The Control ID is the internal numeric identifier that windows gives to each control. It is generally the best method of identifying controls. In addition to the AutoIt Window Info Tool, other applications such as screenreaders for the blind and Microsoft tools/APIs may allow you to get this Control ID 
TEXT - The text on a control, for example "&Next" on a button 
CLASS - The internal control classname such as "Edit" or "Button" 
CLASSNN - The ClassnameNN value as used in previous versions of AutoIt, such as "Edit1" 
NAME - The internal .NET Framework WinForms name (if available) 
REGEXPCLASS - Control classname using a regular expression 
X \ Y \ W \ H - The position and size of a control. 
INSTANCE - The 1-based instance when all given properties match.

well it doesnt matter how i do it it just has to be done hidden...

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