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[ie.au3] trouble pressing a button

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Sneakpeek

Hello. I am trying to make my program press the Login button on http://www.origin.com/us/change-id

The source for this button is:

<a class="btn btn-3" href="#" id="login-link"></a>

I have been searching the forums for hours, trying tons of different solutions posted in other threads.

_IEGetObjById($oID, "login-link") etc, nothing works.

Anyone who can help me out here? Im really frustrated having spent so much time on this damn button.

Thanks in advance.

Edited by Sneakpeek

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Sneakpeek

This worked for me. IE ver. 8, AutoIt ver. 3.3.4.0.

#include <IE.au3>
$oIE = _IECreate("http://www.origin.com/us/change-id")
_IELinkClickByText ($oIE, "Login")

I had already tried this and it didn't work, but since you mentioned IE8 I downgraded my IE9 installation to IE8 and now it works for some reason.

I quess ie.au3 doesn't support IE9?

Thanks though!

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somdcomputerguy

Try with beta AutoIt, that works better with IE9 I think.

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- Bruce /*somdcomputerguy */  If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

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Sneakpeek

Hello again. Encountered a new problem.

The login button doesn't actually appear before a loading animation is played.

I use _IECreate("http://www.origin.com/us/change-id", 0, 1, 1) which makes sure the page is loaded before the program continues.

It doesn't wait for the loading animation on the site to finish however.

My current "dirty fix" is to add a Sleep() for a few secs but I'd like more fail-proof way if possible.

Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

Try with beta AutoIt, that works better with IE9 I think.

I am using the beta actually. =/

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