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rxdesai

Finding Text from a Non- Searchable list

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Hey everyone, I am new to AutoIT, but not to programming. I have already made a couple of helpful scripts, but this one has me stumped. I have a long list of non-searchable items within an application, ImageNow. I would like to easily add users to locations, but right now I have to scroll the list to find the location number and then go into it and perform the actions. I was hoping for an easy way for AutoIT to find the string and select it. Once this is done I can easily program the rest. I have attatched a file of the list for reference. Please let me know if anyone know how to do this or has any other ideas about creating this.

Thanks for the help. I can't believe I didn't find this software earlier.

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Well, I am not sure what application you are using or am I 100% sure what kind of list you are using but from the looks of the pic I would guess you need to use _GUICtrlListView_FindInText.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I don't think that will work. From what I can tell the list has to be editable text. I'm looking for something that can scroll up and down a GUI List. From what I understand you have to build a list with the command and then reference the values within it?

EDIT:

This might work. Can AutoIT reference other GUI windows? Ones that are not made in AutoIT? I would basically like to have the window activate and then find the specified value and select it. It seems feasible with that command.

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