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Internet Explorer multi tabs problem...

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I an facing problem in handling the multiple tabs in IE7 with AutoIt...

can you give me the code to identify and operate on multiple tabs ?

I want to perform functions like identifying current tab etc without simulating any mouse clicks. Thanks. :)


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See here for some discussion:

Also note that the DOM API does not give any sort of interface to the tabs, so you need to find alternate means.

Dale


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Try my _EnumChildWindows function (in signature) and the following code to get the tabs (in an array):

$hWnd=WinGetHandle("[CLASS:IEFrame;REGEXPTITLE:Internet Explorer]")
$aEnumList=_EnumChildWindows($hWnd,0,0,'TabWindowClass')
_ArrayDisplay($aEnumList,"IE Tabs")

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thanks everybody....I think now I'll be able to find some solution of my problem..


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