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Hi,

Does anyone know why I have to move the mouse over the "Take Photo" button (button turns blue) before it will take picture?

I use: ControlClick("Quick Capture", "", "Button1"). If the mouse is not put over the "Take Photo" button there is not taken any photo.

I would like not to use the mouse. Then it will work at any resolution.

I have attached picture of info window.

post-58671-0-00317300-1315409896_thumb.j

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BrewManNH

You're using the classnamenn parameter incorrectly I'm thinking, From the help file:

ControlSend("Untitled - Notepad", "", "[CLASSNN:Edit1]", "This is some text")

This is for Notepad, but I think if you change the "Button1" to "[CLASSNN:Button1]" instead or perhaps "[CLASS:Button; INSTANCE:1]" it might work. If you wanted to use the Text of the button, you'd have to change that to "Take &Photo" .

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boogieoompa

I usually have to use ControlFocus before ControlClick with radio buttons. Dont know why but it usually works.

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Brian39

I have tried with:

ControlClick("Quick Capture", "", "[CLASSNN:Button1]")

That didn't work

Then

ControlFocus ( "Quick Capture", "", "[CLASSNN:Button1" )

ControlClick("Quick Capture", "", "[CLASSNN:Button1]")

That didn't work.

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FaridAgl

why you didn't try AutoIt Window Info to find your control id?

then for example if your control's id is 1003 you can do it this way:

ControlClick("Quick Capture", "", 1003)

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Brian39

why you didn't try AutoIt Window Info to find your control id?

then for example if your control's id is 1003 you can do it this way:

ControlClick("Quick Capture", "", 1003)

I tried that. But it only works if the mouse cursor is hold over the button. (when the mouse cursor is over the button - the button turns blue. And then ControlClick("Quick Capture", "", 1003) works.

But I would like to activate the button without moving the mouse.

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BrewManNH

Have you tried sending the window itself an ALT-P? That button should activate by hitting Alt + P so if you send that to the window, you won't need controlclick. The window might also need to be the active window.


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Brian39

Have you tried sending the window itself an ALT-P? That button should activate by hitting Alt + P so if you send that to the window, you won't need controlclick. The window might also need to be the active window.

I have tried with hitting Alt + P. It works if I let the mouse cursor stay over the button before I press Alt + P. But as soon as the mouse is somewhere else on the screen while hitting Alt + P - it doesnt work.

Strange..... I have never seen this before. Only with this Logitech Webcam Software.

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FaridAgl

I think you can use ControlGetPos() and then use MouseMove() and then perform a MouseClick().

Also you can you use this:

BlockInput(1)

BlockInput(0)

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Brian39

I think you can use ControlGetPos() and then use MouseMove() and then perform a MouseClick().

Also you can you use this:

BlockInput(1)

BlockInput(0)

I didn't think of that. Perfect solution to this problem.

Thanks

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