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v1rtu0s1ty

Hey guys,

I got autoit to login to a gui app without issues. However, after I click OK button on the username/password msgbox, and after I have been authenticated, the application shows another msgbox which shows updating local cache(no user intervention required). The time before this msgbox goes away is dynamic. I don't want to send ALT+F, X at once. I want to send it after this message box disappears. What can be a nice code that can verify if this message box is already close? Can you show code please assuming the text on titlebar of the msgbox is "Creating cache..." I've noticed that the text is always the same.

Thanks,

Neil

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While WinExists("Creating cache...")
   Sleep(10)
Wend

Send("!f")
Or...
While 1
   If Not WinExists("Creating cache...") Then Send("!f")
Wend


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v1rtu0s1ty

While WinExists("Creating cache...")
   Sleep(10)
Wend

Send("!f")
Or...
While 1
   If Not WinExists("Creating cache...") Then Send("!f")
Wend

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I think, the last code is better since with that, i can put many WinExists. Also, I just noticed now that another error dialogbox came up since I'm not connected to the office. I can include that WinExists("ODBC error") Then 'do whatever i want

Thanks,

Neil

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