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zxc3

When I for inactivity for a certain period of time a session on the server is broken and appearing prompted to enter the captcha how to do that so when prompted in the browser window, a sound was heard the melody?

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smartee

Does the window title change when the captcha challenge is displayed? If so, you can try something as simple as this

WinWait("Session expired")
SoundPlay("Alert.mp3")

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zxc3

Does the window title change when the captcha challenge is displayed? If so, you can try something as simple as this

WinWait("Session expired")
SoundPlay("Alert.mp3")

No- title does not change.

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smartee

No- title does not change.

Well does the HTML change? if so, read and detect changes using _IEDocReadHTML()

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zxc3

Well does the HTML change? if so, read and detect changes using _IEDocReadHTML()

Page code is not changed - in the source code is written after a certain period of time, ask for confirmation by introducing the captcha.

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zxc3

Can you give the url, or is it super secret ?

You are not logged-there is input the password, but I will prepared to convey a personal message with the source code of the page?

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smartee

Page code is not changed - in the source code is written after a certain period of time, ask for confirmation by introducing the captcha.

Supply more information or screenshots (Logged in and Captcha screens) or HTML page source or something.

Probably you can use a TimerDiff() loop to alert you "after a certain period of time".

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