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Opt("MouseCoordMode", 0)

#include <IE.au3>

HotKeySet("{ESC}", "Close")

Sleep(1000)

HotKeySet("{delete}", "Main")

$file = FileOpen("Password.ini", 0)

; Check if file opened for reading OK

If $file = -1 Then

MsgBox(0, "Error", "File open error fucking hell sad message box")

Exit

EndIf

FileClose($file)

$Account = IniRead ( "Password.ini", "AD", "Account", "default" )

$Password = IniRead ( "Password.ini", "AD1", "Password", "default" )

Global $ListFile = FileOpen ( "List.txt", 0 )

If $ListFile = -1 Then

MsgBox ( 0, "Error", "Unable to open List.txt." )

Exit

EndIf

Func main ()

logon () ;logs in to youtube

Sleep(1000)

logon1 () ;logs into youtube

Sleep(1000)

logon2 () ; sends data to login box

Sleep(1000)

EndFunc

Func logon ()

_IECreate ("www.youtube.com")

_IELoadWait("http://www.youtube.com")

WinSetState("YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. - Windows Internet Explorer","",@SW_MAXIMIZE)

EndFunc

Func logon1 ()

Sleep(100)

MouseMove(970, 179)

Sleep(100)

MouseClick("Left")

Sleep(1000)

logon ()

;now log In

Sleep(100)

MouseMove(774, 396)

Sleep(10)

MouseClick("Left")

Sleep(10)

EndFunc

Func logon2 ()

Send($Account)

Sleep(10)

Send("{TAB}")

Sleep(10)

Send($Password)

Sleep(100)

Send("{ENTER}")

Sleep(100)

EndFunc

Func Close()

Exit

EndFunc

while 1

WEnd

the purpose of this script is to log into youtube to keep the "last visit date" with in lets say an hour. (I have not added functions to check time and do function @ time/day yet.

i have tryed scripting it differently but it still when its logging the account into youtube but keeps making ie windows and i have no idea whats wrong with it. i made small functions to keep from looping and that failed then i made a main function and that is failing too ;)

It just needs 1 window to be made not hundreds that keep poping up really fast.


If you were twice as smart, you'd still be stupid.

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maybe try the approach to use _IEFormElementSetValue and other function related. It's really hard to follow when there is lots of Send and MouseClick

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trun0407 is right , and you should use autoit tag for post your code ! Posted Image


AutoIt 3.3.14.2 X86 - SciTE 3.6.0WIN 8.1 X64 - Other Example Scripts

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