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ControlClick() and Firefox

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So, after some time I decided to get back to AutoIt and I'm already trying to figure something out.

Okay, so, I use ControlClick() for Mozilla, since Mozilla has no ID's it's hard to be precise with it.

Let's say I have these three links:

http://google.com

http://facebook.com

http://youtube.com

And I want to open google with ControlClick, but instead it opens youtube. I don't know why it isn't precise but I guess

because there are no ID's. Don't tell me to fix Coords, they're fine.

I need help ASAP, tnx.

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So, after some time I decided to get back to AutoIt and I'm already trying to figure something out.

Okay, so, I use ControlClick() for Mozilla, since Mozilla has no ID's it's hard to be precise with it.

Let's say I have these three links:

http://google.com

http://facebook.com

http://youtube.com

And I want to open google with ControlClick, but instead it opens youtube. I don't know why it isn't precise but I guess

because there are no ID's. Don't tell me to fix Coords, they're fine.

I need help ASAP, tnx.

Check out thread. I've never used it, but sounds like it might help you out.

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Check out thread. I've never used it, but sounds like it might help you out.

Thanks, but it doesn't support Firefox 5.0 and neither do I want to download an addon to do this.

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Thanks, but it doesn't support Firefox 5.0 and neither do I want to download an addon to do this.

Sorry can't help ya then...unless you can switch to IE?

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Firefox does not expose an easy interface and is notoriously difficult to automate.

Do a search for firefox in general help and you'll get an inkling as to why. And it's not just FF 5.x .. it's firefox in general.


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