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Finding TypeName function

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Hello i am new to autoit i have completed all the tutorials and have made a few scripts of my own in the past few days and then i stumbled apon dalehohm 's IE.au3 and proceded to make a bot that navigated and clicked on forum polls then voted, everything looked like it was going smooth then i hit a brick wall TypeName functions now i know there are other topics about this but i never seen where somone posted exactly how to find them so i was hopeing that somone out there would know what i'm talking about, any help or feedback would be greatly appreaciated thanks

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Hello i am new to autoit i have completed all the tutorials and have made a few scripts of my own in the past few days and then i stumbled apon dalehohm 's IE.au3 and proceded to make a bot that navigated and clicked on forum polls then voted, everything looked like it was going smooth then i hit a brick wall TypeName functions now i know there are other topics about this but i never seen where somone posted exactly how to find them so i was hopeing that somone out there would know what i'm talking about, any help or feedback would be greatly appreaciated thanks

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There is no way to do this in AutoIt today. There is a post of mine in the V3 Idea Lab forum (title includes ObjTypeName) detailing the need and I believe the devs are looking into it.

If your needs are one-time, I suggest that you write test scripts in VBScript and use the buit-in TypeName function... otherwise I am hopeful taht we will have something in AutoIt eventually.

Dale


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There is no way to do this in AutoIt today.  There is a post of mine in the V3 Idea Lab forum (title includes ObjTypeName) detailing the need and I believe the devs are looking into it.

If your needs are one-time, I suggest that you write test scripts in VBScript and use the buit-in TypeName function... otherwise I am hopeful taht we will have something in AutoIt eventually.

Dale

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A TypeName equivalent function (ObjName in AutoIt) will be included soon in the next beta release.

Regards,

-Sven

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A TypeName equivalent function (ObjName in AutoIt) will be included soon in the next beta release.

Regards,

-Sven

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that is awesome news i love this community and hopefully one day i can contribute something to autoit

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