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I have a script that opens IE and navigates to a page and performs certain tasks via IECreate. If i create a simple GUI button in Koda, when i click on that button how do i make it perform the IEcreate things that i have in the script. Im new to this so sorry for the dumb questions. I tried to put all of the IE.au3 functions into something like:

Func LoginScript()

$url = "http://www.mysite.com"

$IE = _IECreate($url)

$Form1 = _IEFormGetObjByName ($IE,"form1"); Name of the Login page

$Username = _IEFormElementGetObjByName ($Form1, "txtUsername"); Data that will be entered into the username field

$Password = _IEFormElementGetObjByName ($Form1, "txtPassword"); Data that will be entered into the password field

$Submit = _IEFormElementGetObjByName($Form1, "btnSubmit"); ID of the submit button

_IEFormElementSetValue ($Username, "username")


_IEFormElementSetValue ($Password, "password")


_IEAction($Submit, "click"); Must use _IEAction for javascript code


Once i declare that function how do i have the Button click call that process?

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Uhmm... there's no GUI there. But if there were, you would just call LoginScript() when the button was clicked. If your GUI is in message mode and the button was $idButton, it would look like this:

Switch GuiGetMsg()
     Case $idButton


Edited by PsaltyDS

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