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Question regarding using Window Info

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czhe

Hi all,

Here is my situation:

I want to select a radio button in an application but unfortunately I can't tab my way to it. Before I use the last resort, which is to use the mouse cursor, I'm wondering if there's another way to get to this button.

I noticed that using Window Info, it can detect that particular radio button:

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You can see under Basic Control Info that the class is 'Button' and the Instance is '6'. Is there any way to use this?

Thanks for any ideas,

czhe

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Pain

Maybe one of these will do it.

ControlCommand("Benchmark Settings", "", "Button6", "Check", "")

ControlClick("Benchmark Settings", "", "Button6")

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PsaltyDS

You can see under Basic Control Info that the class is 'Button' and the Instance is '6'. Is there any way to use this?

If you want to work on a control, the 'Control' or 'Summary' tab would be much more useful than the 'Window' tab you showed. The ClassNameNN "Button6", and the advanced spec "[CLASS:Button; Instance:6]" would be displayed for you there.

:mellow:

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