Dobs78 Posted February 17, 2010 Share Posted February 17, 2010 I've spent the better part of an hour and a half searching for the forums for what I'm trying to do. Scenario: My company has several model laptops, each with their own power management utility. I've gotten to the point where I can identify the model laptop in use and changing the power management program to windows power management, not a problem with that. However, ran into a bit of a brickwall, and it's probably something obvious and I'm thinking it's more difficult than it is. On the Power Options Properties window, there's a section for "settings for $blah power scheme. Now, the this section is only one control and I've been trying to find a way to loop through to see how many dropdowns are listed within the control and am either having a total brain fart or my search skills just suck today. But what I'm wanting to do is find the number of dropdowns, so I know how many times I have to do Tab, !n to set all power options to Never. This script also needs to be able to run on both desktops and laptops, and dependent of the manufacturer, there could be 3-8 dropdowns. Any help is appreciated, a link or point me to the function I need to use and I can take it from there. Thanks in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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