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What type of window info. is acceptable by Autoit?

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Hi,

I'm new to Autoit. I trying to installing a program, a installer actually, which downloads a program upon execution, but the problem is that the downloaded program's window body text changes frequently so, I can't I identify the window in Autoit by text. I want know what kind of information does Autoit accept excepting window title/body text?

There is a program called 'Control Viewer' show more information about window, but I'm not sure what kind of info. from there can I use to identify window uniquely?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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You can omit the "text" argument. Check your helpfile for any of the Win* functions and it will point you to "Title special definition." That will show you a multitude of ways to utilize the "title" argument, including using the window's title, class, targeting the active window, or even by window handle.


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Thanks everyone for the reply. Much appreciated.

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