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WinMove not moving specific window in Windows 7

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Tuokki

Just migrated from XP to Win7 and my scripts can't move windows owned by RunAccess.exe / MSACCESS.EXE. :sweating:

Notepad, Firefox etc move/resize without any problem.

MsgBox(0,"",WinMove ("Tele On","",200,200))

It returns the handle, but window is not moving.

Tested also with "#AutoIt3Wrapper_UseX64=y/n" options, no help.

BTW: WinActivate works...

Any ideas?

Window info:

>>>> Window <<<<
Title:    Tele On-Site(7)  3,0746 - [:]
Class:    OMain
Position:    599, 142
Size:    1126, 866
Style:    0x16CF0000
ExStyle:    0x00000100
Handle:    0x0005033C

>>>> Control <<<<
Class:    
Instance:    
ClassnameNN:    
Name:    
Advanced (Class):    
ID:    
Text:    
Position:    
Size:    
ControlClick Coords:    
Style:    
ExStyle:    
Handle:    

>>>> Mouse <<<<
Position:    1038, 158
Cursor ID:    13
Color:    0x5782C1

>>>> StatusBar <<<<

>>>> ToolsBar <<<<

>>>> Visible Text <<<<
MsoDockLeft
MsoDockRight
MsoDockTop
mainMenu32
SoSMAIN
MsoDockBottom
:
>>>> Hidden Text <<<<
Menyrad
 : Databas (Access 2002-filformat)
MSO Generic Control Container
usys_unload : Formulär
 

Edited by Tuokki

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Tuokki

Window was in normal state, tried minimized and maximized also...

Just tested with WinSetState and it also has no effect, but still returns "1" (Success)

WinGetState returns 7, so: Window exists + Window is visible + Window is enabled.

WinActivate works..

WinGetTitle works..

WinWaitActive works..

WinActivate + WinMove, still not moving.

Edit:

WinGetPos does not return anything

WinClose has no effect (returns 1=>success).

Edited by Tuokki

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Tuokki

Fixed!

Problem was in the command line, changed

"runaccess.exe /excl  /runtime  /profile "Sos2000.........."

to

"msaccess.exe /excl  /runtime  /profile "Sos2000.........."

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