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Basic Windows Info Problem

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I want use "Windows Information" to see the Basic Windows Info, but I can't get the "Title", only can get the "Class": #32770.

And I also can't use ControlClick & ProcessClose etc. , it's no work to this window.

I don't understand the reason? Is the program problem? Other problem as notepad is ok.

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Racer,

Why would you want to use ProcessClose on an antivirus? :blink:

Do you not think that the app might be protected against just that type of automation? ;)

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So that window either doesn't have a title, or it's in an encoding that AU3Info doesn't recognize. You can still identify the window by other means, like "[CLASS:#32770; INSTANCE:1]", or some other attribute. See "Window Titles and Text (Advanced)" in the help file.

ControlClick() etc. are not appropriate on the page because it's an embedded instance of IE. See _IEAttach() in the help file.

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Racer,

Why would you want to use ProcessClose on an antivirus? :blink:

Do you not think that the app might be protected against just that type of automation? ;)

M23

This windows just a interface to kill virus, it can be close manually.

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It's strange that I can get the "title" when I use another computer. "ControlClick" is OK too.

Both system is XP SP3, the difference between these computer is Dual-Core CPU & Single-Core CPU. Is this the cause of the problem?

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Why one computer is ok, another have problem?

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Both configured exactly the same for language support?

:blink:

It's same Windows XP SP3 version & same AutoIt version.

Is something software make this problem? I'm very strange about this.

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It's same Windows XP SP3 version & same AutoIt version.

I'm not sure you answered the question. Are the language and region settings the same on both?

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#11 ·  Posted (edited)

Some functions have to be in-line with the @OSArch, I think WinGetTitle() is one of them. Check if the process is 32 or 64 bit and run your autoit in-line with that.

Edited by KaFu

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I'm not sure you answered the question. Are the language and region settings the same on both?

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Of course, I install these two computers with same XP SP3 CD.

language and region is same.

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