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serotinal

I have a script that modifies the printing properties of a device. Instead of sending the spacebar to uncheck a particular checkbox, I want the script to be able to observe if the checkbox is already unchecked. In other words, uncheck the checkbox if checked, and no action if already unchecked. Here is the script thus far. The line in bold is where the action is taken on the checkbox.

I have looked at previous related posts and the help document but I can't tell which of them might apply here. I apologize ahead of time, I'm very new to scripting.

Run("control printers")
sleep(5000)
send("{A}")
send("{D}")
send("{O}")
send("{B}")
send("{E}")
send("{ENTER}")
sleep(2000)
send("{ALT DOWN}")
send("{P}")
send("{ALT UP}")
send("{DOWN}")
send("{DOWN}")
send("{ENTER}")
sleep(2000)
send("{TAB}")
send("{TAB}")
send("{TAB}")
send("{TAB}")
send("{TAB}")
send("{TAB}")
send("{TAB}")
send("{TAB}")
send("{TAB}")
send("{SPACE}")
send("{TAB}")
send("{TAB}")
send("{TAB}")
send("{ENTER}")
sleep(1000)
send("{ALT DOWN}")
send("{F4}")
send("{ALT UP}")
sleep(1000)
send("{ALT DOWN}")
send("{F4}")
send("{ALT UP}")

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FireFox

Hi,

Take a look at the Control* functions, especially ControlCommand.

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Valuater

FireFox is right... and you can use this info to get there quickly...

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serotinal

Thanks for the responses. Here is the ControlCommand I specifically ended up using.

ControlCommand("[CLASS:#32770]", "Rely on system fonts only; do &not use document fonts", 1009, "UnCheck")

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