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i am scripting a little program for another program.

Our machine program cant work with folders wit over 500 files oO

So i wrote a little program that copies the needed files into a temporary folder and keeps the folder on an limited amount of 50.

After you searched the needed file it copies it and pastes the name into the actual programs searchmask.

For this are some buttonpushes needed that i want my program to do.

Press F2, then F1, then copy and then OK.

so far so good but as you all know, sleep between these button-pushes is really not the best method.

What if the program hangs for a moment and the sleep is over so the button gets pushed too early?

it will not work for then.

So is there any possibility to read out information of an program? just like what is the text of this button..?

I think not..

But if you know something please let me know.

If you need more info about the programs just ask

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do autoit win info tool can read from them?

if yes then you can do something like this to read from button (based on notepad save msgbox)

Local $sText = ControlGetText("[CLASS:#32770]", "", "[CLASS:Button; INSTANCE:1]")
MsgBox(0, "ControlGetText Example", "The control text is: " & $sText)

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