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File Download - Not able to click on Open/Save

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The Script below does not click on Open button or Save button, but clicks on Cancel button without any probelm.

Autoit Info:

[CLASS:Button; TEXT:Open; INSTANCE:1] -> Open button

[CLASS:Button; TEXT:Open; INSTANCE:2] -> Save button

[CLASS:Button; TEXT:Open; INSTANCE:3] -> Cancel button


The focus moves to the Open & Save buttons. But Click does not happen. Click on Cancel button happens without any probelm.Please advise.




If WinExists("File Download","Do you want to open or save this file?") Then

MsgBox(0,"","Window Exists")

WinActivate("File Download","Do you want to open or save this file?")

ControlClick("File Download","Do you want to open or save this file?","[CLASS:Button; TEXT:Open; INSTANCE:1]")



MsgBox(0,"","Window Not Exists")


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Hello, try using the control ID instead of the class.


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Don't know if you've figured this out or not, but this worked for me... You should be able to get the ID from the 'Window Info' tool.

ControlClick("Open", "", "[iD:1]"). 

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