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@CR on window text

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Hi I have a @CR on a window text so that the WinWaitActive("blah","text" & @CR & "next line") does'nt work... where's my error ?

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Use @LF instead...

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doesn't work :whistle:

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Hi I have a @CR on a window text so that the WinWaitActive("blah","text" & @CR & "next line") does'nt work... where's my error ?

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Try doing WinWaitActive then use Send


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Try doing WinWaitActive then use Send

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sorry I dont'understand.. if I use winwaitactive alone it works, but i need to put multiline text as argument... and I'm using send after winwaitactive.. but neither @LF or @CR work..

the window is the "add printer wizard"..

bye

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sorry I dont'understand.. if I use winwaitactive alone it works, but i need to put multiline text as argument... and I'm using send after winwaitactive.. but neither @LF or @CR work..

the window is the "add printer wizard"..

bye

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Could you post your code so that we can see what you are trying to do.


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Could you post your code so that we can see what you are trying to do.

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run("control printers")
WinWaitActive("Stampanti e fax")
Send("!fa")
WinWaitActive("Installazione guidata stampante","Installazione guidata stampante" & @LF & "Questa procedura guidata permette di installare una stampante o di stabilire connessioni con stampanti in rete.")
Send("!A")
Exit

The italian text is a copy/paste from "window info".

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

Two lines from AutoIt Window Info generally signify text from two separate controls. You can't check for the presence of text from two separate controls at once. One of the following lines will likely work for you:

Edit: Clarification that one line should be used and not both.

WinWaitActive("Installazione guidata stampante", "Installazione guidata stampante")
; -- OR --
WinWaitActive("Installazione guidata stampante", "Questa procedura guidata permette di installare una stampante o di stabilire connessioni con stampanti in rete.")
Edited by LxP

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Hi I have a @CR on a window text so that the WinWaitActive("blah","text" & @CR & "next line") does'nt work... where's my error ?

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AutoIt just check only one "text" value. No possibility to test at the same time 2 of them. :">

perhaps in your case the trick of @LxP works if you are for sure of the order they can appear with 2 WinWaitActive.

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AutoIt just check only one "text" value. No possibility to test at the same time 2 of them. :">

perhaps  in your case the trick of @LxP works if you are for sure of the order they can appear with 2 WinWaitActive.

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thx very much, I undestood and now it works.

the last question.. can I cut a long line on serveral on the script? How?

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Could you please clarify your question? Are you referring to a string within a variable or a displayed string within a MsgBox(), or perhaps a displayed string on an AutoIt-built GUI?

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Could you please clarify your question? Are you referring to a string within a variable or a displayed string within a MsgBox(), or perhaps a displayed string on an AutoIt-built GUI?

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I mean a string on msgbox()

ex:

msgbox(0,"toooooooooooooooo muuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuch looooooooooooooooooooooooong lineeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee")

For exemple on unix I can cut the lines with \

an example could be:

msgbox(0,"loooooooooo \

oooooooooooooooo \

ooooooooooo lin \

e ")

thx very much.

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MsgBox(0,"test", "this is a lonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng" & _
" lineeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee" & _
" anymore questions????????????????????????????")


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MsgBox(0,"test", "this is a lonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng" & _
" lineeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee" & _
" anymore questions????????????????????????????")

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lol :whistle: I'm sorry I'm so much noob, sorry again, no more questions :-D

thx :-)

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