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how to use controlclick() for only x , y position ?


controlclick("Untitled -","","",x,y)

how use x and y ? any one help me

note : i dont use ClassNN or Class

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the x and y is just within the control it clicks if you read the parameters properly

x [optional] The x position to click within the control. Default is center.

y [optional] The y position to click within the control. Default is center.

to just click using x & y and no controlID use MouseClick.

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Use autoit window info tool to get control names. Even tho I say controls, mostly they are buttons or radio buttons or check boxes = controls.

ControlClick("RF Online", "", "Button1") ; Window name, "", control name.

;~ Or if you cant find out control name. then you can use x & y coordinates
;~ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Opt("MouseCoordMode", 1)        ;1=absolute, 0=relative to active window, 2=client
MouseClick("left", 0, 500, 2) ;, Left mouse,x,y, mouse movind speed
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ControlSend() is almost always preferable to Send() because it is more reliable and works on windows that are not active.

The X/Y position of a control can be used to identify it with an Advanced Control ID:

#include <GuiConstantsEx.au3>

$hGUI = GUICreate("Test", 300, 300)
For $n = 0 To 3
    ; Buttons are at X=100; Y=20, 70, 120, and 170
    GUICtrlCreateButton("Button_" & $n, 100, ($n * 50) + 20, 100, 30)
$idTest = GUICtrlCreateButton("TEST", 100, 250, 100, 30)

While 1
    Switch GUIGetMsg()
        Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
        Case $idTest
            $sTxt = ControlGetText($hGUI, "", "[X:100; Y:120]") 
            ConsoleWrite("Text = " & $sTxt & @LF) ; Should be Button_2

When you click TEST on this demo, it reads the text of one button, identifying it by X/Y coordinate. That could just as easily be ControlClick() vice ControlGetText().

Note in this usage that X/Y are client area relative coordinates of the control itself (top/left corner), not just any point inside the control.


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thanx all solved.

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