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wingettext scripting

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Hello, I need help understanding wingettext scripting. Or even a better example than the help content.

How would do I start/name my script start function for wingettext? It doesn't work when it detect

Can I do a more specific wingettext such as. A specific size or font detection?

What I know right now:

wingettext("Homework","Dear")

hotkeyset("{End}","Stop"}

Fund start()

Send("{enter}")

sleep(200)

Send("{tab}")

Fund end

Fund stop() and so on

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Hello, I need help understanding wingettext scripting. Or even a better example than the help content.

How would do I start/name my script start function for wingettext? It doesn't work when it detect

Can I do a more specific wingettext such as. A specific size or font detection?

What I know right now:

wingettext("Homework","Dear")

hotkeyset("{End}","Stop"}

Fund start()

Send("{enter}")

sleep(200)

Send("{tab}")

Fund end

Fund stop() and so on

I assume Fund should be Func ?

What do you not like about the example for WinGetText?

Can you try to explain what you want to do in a different way?


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I assume Fund should be Func ?

What do you not like about the example for WinGetText?

Can you try to explain what you want to do in a different way?

I would like to convert my script to run when it see's a text instead of using function keys.

Example:

I would press "Home Key" to run my prompt comands

now,

When detect text "Dear" it will automatically run script.

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Well you know 'what' you want to get, but you also have to tell the function (WinGetText in this case) 'where' to get it from.. The title of the window (which WinGetText needs to know) is usually easy to obtain. The AutoIt Window Info Tool (AU3Info) can be used to get more info (for you to use in your code), such as Control ID's, as well as window titles.


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Well you know 'what' you want to get, but you also have to tell the function (WinGetText in this case) 'where' to get it from.. The title of the window (which WinGetText needs to know) is usually easy to obtain. The AutoIt Window Info Tool (AU3Info) can be used to get more info (for you to use in your code), such as Control ID's, as well as window titles.

So I have to put a title? So it should be like this? :

wingettext("Microsoft Word","Dear")

hotkeyset("{End}","Stop"}

Func start()

Send("{enter}")

sleep(200)

Send("{tab}")

Func end

Func stop() and so on

///

I understand the title for wingettext.

But it just doesn't run the script when it see's the text, "Dear"

can you help me? thank you

Edited by stupidlazykid5

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bump, hope someone can help

im also looking for this , i still remember back then wingettext was so easy....now it is soo confusing

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