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cascius

Hi guys, I'm trying to parse the information being shown in on mouse over in a webpage. My script uses a lot of the _IE functions and I can't figure out how to get the content of the onmouseover="" function.

<a id="link1" class="mainNav" onmouseover="showTooltip('<div><br/>the sky is blue today</div><div>The sky will be green tomorrow.</div>',this,event,'weatherwindow');return false;">linky</a>

So essentially I'm trying to retrieve: showTooltip('<div><br/>the sky is blue today</div><div>The sky will be green tomorrow.</div>',this,event,'weatherwindow');return false;

I've tried .onmouseover thinking it would work like .className, but it returns an empty value. I'm i missing something?

$o = _IEGetObjByName($oIE, $link1)
$oClass = $o.className ; that works
$oonmouseover = $o.onmouseover ; that doesn't work

Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

- Cascius

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Xenobiologist

Why not using _InetGetSource and then just parse the source?


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sahsanu

I can't figure out how to get the content of the onmouseover="" function.

As Xenobiologist suggested, try to use _InetGetSource function, something similar to this:

#include <INet.au3>
$link="http://here.goes.the.url"
$result=_INetGetSource($link)
$result=StringRegExpReplace($result,'.*onmouseover="(.*)".*',"$1")
ConsoleWrite('$result = ' & $result & @CRLF)

Cheers,

sahsanu

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