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How to click Tab in an Applet

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I would like to know how I can use AutoIt to handle this problem:

I have an applet inside of a web page. In this applet, there are three tabs, like: Tab1, Tab2, Tab2.

Under each Tab, there are other fields... I am be able to send the input the the field in Tab1 because when the applet finishes loading, the Tab1 is the default one.

My issue is that I want to send my input the the fields under Tab2, but I have no way to click on Tab2.

All the Tab1, Tab2, and Tab3 are in the same row in the applet and have the same ID: [CLASS:SunAwtCanvas; INSTANCE:2].

I tried to use the Tab key if I can tab from Tab1 to Tab2, but it does not work. Thus, I cannot send the TAB to it.

Is there away I can click on Tab2 using AutoIt? If I can click on Tab2, then I can send all the inputs that I want to the fields under that Tab.

Thanks for your help in advance.

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In fact, it's not the one to ask for help with any AutoIt scripting ... that's done in the General Help & Support Forum.

This is for finished Examples only.

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Sorry, I am new to the forum and posted in a wrong place...

Please help to remove this thread. Thanks...

Edited by mmau

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