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Click at location (coordinates) in _ie?

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MarcusFernstrom

I'm trying to figure out if there's a way to click at pixel locations in an _ie window, without taking over the mouse.

I haven't tried anything yet, other than the normal mouse click functions, because I don't know where to begin looking, and googling didn't turn up anything useful.

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Kidney

Open up the SciTE editor and press F1 (Or at the top of the window click on Help -> Help)

This will open up the AutoIT Help window.

Under then Index tab on the left, type in _IE

From there you should see a number of functions that you can use in IE

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gruntydatsun

use _IEAction with click argument.  it'll click the button without affecting the mouse.

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MarcusFernstrom

I was looking for a coordinate system, but _IEAction may work in this case.

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gruntydatsun

There is an option somewhere to select whether your coords are relative to the application window or the whole screen.

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DaleHohm

see _IEPropertyGet to get screen or window cords.

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jdelaney

I'm trying to play around with the following:

$oIE.document.elementFromPoint(45,150).click

Seems to work.  Not sure if it will just click on the middle of the element found at those coords, or on those actual coordinates.  Something to look into.

Doesn't use your cursor.

Edited by jdelaney

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MarcusFernstrom

Nice, thanks guys, didn't think you could do that with IEAction, I'll let you know how it goes!

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