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Newbi problem with ControlSend

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Some one got any idea what is wrong with code below

$WebiURL = "http://www.abc.com"
$y = WebiCheck($WebiURL)
MsgBox(4096, "Test", $y)

Func WebiCheck($URL)
    $x = 0
    Run("C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\IEXPLORE.EXE")
    winwaitactive("Welcome to 3M Source - Microsoft Internet Explorer provided by 3M/IE 6.0")
    $x = ControlFocus( "Welcome to 3M Source - Microsoft Internet Explorer provided by 3M/IE 6.0", "", 41477)
    $x = ControlSend( "Welcome to 3M Source - Microsoft Internet Explorer provided by 3M/IE 6.0", "", 41477, $URL)
    return $x
EndFunc

Control gets the focus but text $URL isn't entered in the control

Thx 4 your help

Foolke

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Replace ControlSend with ControlSetText

I don't know why this doesn't work either -- I would have expected it to.

However, I found references in other threads to using ControlSetText instead of ControlSend for this control (I searched the forum for the string 41477) and it works (same syntax as ControlSend by the way).

I had the same results when I tried to set the Google search bar text field.

Something is different about these controls and the way that ControlSetText and ControlSend work -- perhaps there is someone else that can provide a clue as to why this is?

Dale


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