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Please help me on how to fetch date/time of last windows 10 system restore point using autoit? Basically its about querying the last restore point.
is it possible to export only the area "$idOutput" with the TEXT as a PNG?
#include <ButtonConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <StaticConstants.au3> Example() Func Example() Local $hGUI = GUICreate("Test", 700, 700, -1, -1) Local $input1 = GUICtrlCreateInput("", 10, 10, 150, 20) Local $idButtonStart = GUICtrlCreateButton("Start", 200, 10, 50, 30) Local $idButtonClear = GUICtrlCreateButton("Clear", 260, 10, 50, 30) Local $idButtonExport = GUICtrlCreateButton("Export", 320, 10, 50, 30) Local $idOutput = GUICtrlCreateLabel("TEXT", 10, 50, 500, 500, BitOR($BS_PUSHLIKE, $SS_CENTER)) GUICtrlSetFont($idOutput, 45, 800, "", "Impact") GUISetState(@SW_SHOW, $hGUI) ; Run the GUI until the dialog is closed While 1 Switch GUIGetMsg() Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE ExitLoop Case $idButtonStart $ContentInput1 = GUICtrlRead($input1) GUICtrlSetData($idOutput, $ContentInput1) Case $idButtonClear GUICtrlSetData($input1, "") GUICtrlSetData($idOutput, "") Case $idButtonExport EndSwitch WEnd GUIDelete($hGUI) Exit EndFunc ;==>Example
Cannot find example how to locate taskbar icon coordinates or position by window handle.
I want to use PixelChecksum to check only rectangle area over specified taskbar item.
What I already have found and succesfully run for whole taskbar area:
$taskbar = WinGetHandle("[Class:Shell_TrayWnd]") $taskbarPos = WinGetPos($taskbar) $tasklistPos = ControlGetPos($taskbar, "", "[CLASS:MSTaskListWClass; INSTANCE:1]") $iOldCheckSum = PixelChecksum($taskbarPos + $tasklistPos, $taskbarPos + $tasklistPos, $taskbarPos + $tasklistPos, $taskbarPos + $tasklistPos);
I know also that I can pass window handle as parameter to PixelChecksum, but don't know how to do this with taskbar icon.
Also I was able to find something similar but seems outdated: WatchWindows
thanks in advance
help to Identify a Specific Client Application, take screen capture, save the jpeg file to UNC locationBy vargheseg
I am new to AutoIT but I do use Sikuli. Decided to use AutoIT for this project as all the required can be created in an .exe file, does not need Java like Sikuli.
Also which can be pushed to tool bar of Windows 10 desktop.
Our users will interact with a client/server application and normally work on dual screen. The script needs to detect the c/s application from the dual screen, needs to do three mouse clicks based of image/pixel comparison, will need to wait till the click object is available and then finally take screen capture of the top 40 rows and save the .jpeg file to windows file share location.
once the file save is completed, pop up message - the screen capture is completed. Then the users can do their regular work.
Potentially other factor that will play are the screen resolution.
Can anyone guide me to some relevant scripts already in the forum. In the meantime I am learning the basics of the tool.
Appreciate feedback and any help
ICU - Icon Configuration Utility
Current Version: v6 (2018-Sep-16)
Restore your desktop when the icons get "rearranged".
Melba23 and I found we were working on very similar ideas to restore the Desktop icons to their normal place if they became "rearranged" (
). Vista seems to like this doing on occasion just for fun - but we all know some apps and games which change the display resolution or move icons around. This annoys "tidy" people who like their desktops arranged "just so" - I am particularly thinking of this desktop when I say that!
We combined efforts and here is the result of our labors.
Operation is easy - press "Save" to store a particular configuration and "Restore" to reset the icons to the saved positions in the selected configuration file. "Delete" allows you to remove unwanted configuration files from the list. There is a command line option so that the restoration can be run via HotKeys if required (that is why the script warns that it should be compiled for full functionality). You can decide what to do with any icons that have been added since you last saved the configuration file - the default is to put them in the top-left corner, but you can also banish them way off-screen or, more sensibly, specify a location for them.
A new feature as of ICU v3.4 is the optional Desktop Contextmenu Integration (DCI) for Win7 (Win7 only because Microsoft implemented an easy way to do this through the registry as of this release).
Version 3.3 should fix the empty save file bug
Version 3.4 Win7: Admin rights no longer needed for DCI
Version 5.0 Win8 compatibility for DCI
The source and executable can be downloaded from my site: http://www.funk.eu
Kudos to Ascend4nt, Melba23, Prog@ndy, & Valik for parts of the code.
Please let me know if you found some piece of code in the source for which I forgot to mention a credit.
Enjoy, let me know what you think of ICU and with Best Regards