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Need Help..... Trying to Click the box once but if ran again box will not be clicked

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Here is my script... btw.. I'm VERY new to this and have been trying to get this to work FOREVER... 3 days.... It seems to go through everything alright but clicks the Limited Output no matter what... I'm confused and have run out of ideas... Am I close???

Thanks,..

;-----Configuration-----

Opt("TrayIconHide", 1)

;The title of the sound config window.

Dim $ConfigWindowTitle = "Sounds"

Dim $ConfigWindowTitle2 = "Advanced"

Dim $ConfigWindowTitle3 = "Master"

Global $hGUI

;-----End of configuration----

Run("control mmsys.cpl") ;Run the sound control applet and hide it.

Opt("WinWaitDelay", 500)

WinWaitActive($ConfigWindowTitle)

ControlClick($ConfigWindowTitle, "Ad&vanced...", "Button4", "Sounds")

WinWaitActive($ConfigWindowTitle3)

ControlClick($ConfigWindowTitle3, "&Advanced", "Button3", "Sounds")

WinWaitActive($ConfigWindowTitle2)

ControlClick($ConfigWindowTitle2, "&1 Limited Output", "Button3", "Advanced")

If ControlCommand("$ConfigWindowTitle2", "", "Button3", "IsChecked", "") == 1 Then

ControlClick("$ConfigWindowTitle2","Close","button3","left",1)

ElseIf ControlCommand("$ConfigWindowTitle2", "", "Button3", "IsChecked", "") == 0 Then

ControlClick("$ConfigWindowTitle2","Close","button5","left",1)

Endif

WinClose($ConfigWindowTitle2)

WinClose($ConfigWindowTitle3)

WinClose($ConfigWindowTitle)

;Maximum System Sound Volume

;send("{VOLUME_UP 30}")

;SoundSetWaveVolume(100)

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Remove the quotes around $ConfigWindowTitle2 in all of your Controlxxx function lines. You're looking for a window with the title $ConfigWindowTitle2 instead of looking for the window titled Advanced because you turned your variable into a string.


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Windows XP SP3

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Tried to change it and no go... it still checks it off and on....

;-----Configuration-----

Opt("TrayIconHide", 1)

;The title of the sound config window.

Dim $ConfigWindowTitle = "Sounds"

Dim $ConfigWindowTitle2 = "Advanced"

Dim $ConfigWindowTitle3 = "Master"

Global $hGUI

;-----End of configuration----

Run("control mmsys.cpl") ;Run the sound control applet and hide it.

Opt("WinWaitDelay", 500)

WinWaitActive($ConfigWindowTitle)

ControlClick($ConfigWindowTitle, "Ad&vanced...", "Button4", "Sounds")

WinWaitActive($ConfigWindowTitle3)

ControlClick($ConfigWindowTitle3, "&Advanced", "Button3", "Sounds")

WinWaitActive($ConfigWindowTitle2)

ControlClick($ConfigWindowTitle2, "&1 Limited Output", "Button3", "Advanced")

If ControlCommand($ConfigWindowTitle2, "", "Button3", "IsChecked", "") = 1 Then

ControlClick($ConfigWindowTitle2,"Close","button3","left",1)

ElseIf ControlCommand($ConfigWindowTitle2, "", "Button3", "IsChecked", "") = 0 Then

ControlClick($ConfigWindowTitle2,"Close","button5","left",1)

Endif

WinClose($ConfigWindowTitle2)

WinClose($ConfigWindowTitle3)

WinClose($ConfigWindowTitle)

;Maximum System Sound Volume

;send("{VOLUME_UP 30}")

;SoundSetWaveVolume(100)

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This script won't run as is, how are you able to test it? The ControlClick commands are written wrong and cause errors when trying to run the script.

C:\AutoItScripts\test.au3(16,67) : ERROR: ControlClick() called with illegal argument 4: "Sounds"

ControlClick($ConfigWindowTitle3, "&Advanced", "Button3", "Sounds")

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^

C:\AutoItScripts\test.au3 - 3 error(s), 0 warning(s)


If I posted any code, assume that code was written using the latest release version unless stated otherwise. Also, if it doesn't work on XP I can't help with that because I don't have access to XP, and I'm not going to.
Give a programmer the correct code and he can do his work for a day. Teach a programmer to debug and he can do his work for a lifetime - by Chirag Gude
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