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Hello everyone, this is my first post on the forums so I hope I am posting in the right place and not doing anything wrong ;)

I've been trying to get used to the _IE commands to do things more 'properly' than before when I was using my default browser (firefox) and lots of mouse click and sends. It was all going fine but just now I've hit a problem:

There is a picture I would like to click on, and the picture is a link to another webpage. When you click on the picture the website gives you a little "are you sure you wish to navigate away from this page" type message with an 'ok' and a 'cancel' button.

Before, when I was using firefox, I was clicking on this picture and then using Send("{ENTER}") to immediately press the ok button. But now when I try to do the same thing in IE the box doesn't go away. I've tried sleep commands before pressing enter, and using control send to the pop-up. I even tried telling it to mouse click on the 'ok' button, but it's as if the script is waiting until I manually deal with the message box before it will even continue the script.

Perhaps I am just missing something so I hope someone can help. My code is below if it might help show where I am going wrong:

#include <IE.au3>
$oIE = _IECreate("about:blank")
_IENavigate($oIE, "$url")
_IEImgClick($oIE, "$imgtext", "alt", 0, 0)
Sleep(5000)
Send("{ENTER}")

Thank you in advance anyone who can help :)

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You will get most help on this forum if you can provide a reproducer script. That means a script that is as small as possible to reproduce the problem and contains all necessary information.

At the moment the URL you want to work with is missing.


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