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3mustgetbeers

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3mustgetbeers

Hi guys,

I'm writing a script in which I want to read something from a GUI (??). Its not one I create - so GUICtrlRead doesn't work; I'm trying to read the connection code on GoToAssistHelpAlert gui.

I just don't know how to read the input box :)

I'm sure I have done it before, but can't remember how!? I can't even think of what to search for! The only thing I know they are called is gui's - but search "autoit read gui" and you get steps for reading a GUI you create?

Please can someone tell me what to search for - or the function I need to use ;)

The item I am trying to read is in ("Code Management - GoToAssist", "[CLASS:Edit; INSTANCE:2]") - btw...

Thanks!

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somdcomputerguy

In the Help file, search thru the Function Reference | Window Management section, and the sub-section there, Controls. What you're looking for is probably there.

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stormbreaker

Want to read input box? Search for Controlgettext in help file and use it...;)

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:bye: Hey there, was I helpful?

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My Current OS: Win8 PRO (64-bit); Current AutoIt Version: v3.3.8.1

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3mustgetbeers

Ah! ControlGetText

Thanks alot to both of you! ;)

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