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Hi

I've modified the IELoadWait function so as to allow me to interrupt it via a stop button on my gui. The problem I'm facing however is that I get a COM error when I include the lines after the "; recurse into any frames" comment.

The com error is hex 80020009 - error number -2147352567 - has anyone seen this before or see what I'm doing wrong? Any help would be appreciated...

Func IELoadWait($ie, $wait = 20000)
Local $result, $count, $i = 0, $delay = 300
Do
  If StopPauseWorkClicked() Then ; stop button clicked
   _IEAction($ie, "stop")
   IEControlSend($ie, "{ESC}")
   Return -1
  EndIf
  Sleep($delay)
  $i += 1
  $result = _IELoadWait($ie, 100, 100)
Until $result Or $i >= $wait / ($delay + 200)

; recurse into any frames
_IEFrameGetCollection($ie)
If Not @error Then
  $count = @extended
  For $i = 0 to $count - 1
   IELoadWait(_IEFrameGetCollection($ie, $i), $wait)
  Next
EndIf
Return $result
EndFunc   ;==>IELoadWait
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  • 3 weeks later...

The specific line that gets the error with a string description of "access is denied" is this line:

$result = _IELoadWait($oIE, 100, 100)

It looks like as it is recursing and trying to wait on the iframe object that is passed, IE won't give it permission to do a wait on that... any thoughts?

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