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find "OK" sub-window within an adobe air app.

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Have an autoit script that send out tweets with Twhirl app written in adobe air.

Sometimes the tweet gets hung and twhirl puts out and error window

with an "OK" button . I need to detect this sub-window "OK" button

so I can click on it if it occurs, and continue entering text.

Right now I mouse click in the area where the "OK' button shows

whether it is there or not.This creates other problems as that clicks on

web urls.

Any good ideas, The Info app does not show this parameters for the OK window.

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