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Hello,

I need to read the text of a Internet Explorer window which title is, say, "Program tittle". This can be done by using _IEBodyReadText.

The problem arises when a have two (or more) IE windows opened with the same title "Program tittle", in this case _IEBodyReadText returns the text of the first open folder, but I need to read the last open folder inside IE.

Can you help? Thanks

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DaleHohm

Don't know what you mean by "folder", but take a look at the instance parameter for _IEAttach()

Dale


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anyquestion

Don't know what you mean by "folder", but take a look at the instance parameter for _IEAttach()

Dale

Thanks.

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wolf9228

Hello,

I need to read the text of a Internet Explorer window which title is, say, "Program tittle". This can be done by using _IEBodyReadText.

The problem arises when a have two (or more) IE windows opened with the same title "Program tittle", in this case _IEBodyReadText returns the text of the first open folder, but I need to read the last open folder inside IE.

Can you help? Thanks

Anyquestion

#include <IE.au3>
Global $iErrorNumber
_IEErrorHandlerRegister ("MyErrFunc")

$Ob = GetLastInternetExplorerObj()
if Not @error Then MsgBox(0,"",_IEBodyReadText($Ob))

Func GetLastInternetExplorerObj($Title = "")
Local $OutObj
$Shell = ObjCreate("Shell.Application")
For $Windo In $Shell.Windows()
$iErrorNumber = 0
$iTitle = _IEPropertyGet ($Windo,"title")
if ($iErrorNumber) Then ContinueLoop
if $Title == "" Then
$OutObj = $Windo
Else
if StringCompare($Title,$iTitle) = 0 Then $OutObj = $Windo
EndIf
Next
Return SetError(Not IsObj($OutObj),0,$OutObj)
EndFunc

Func MyErrFunc()
$iErrorNumber = $oIEErrorHandler.number
EndFunc
Edited by wolf9228

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