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Hi All,

I am trying to automate LabVIEW based UIs using AU3Record, I am facing few problems as listed below,I am very new to AutoIT and scripting so please give your suggestion for improving my automating process


1)Since recording and replaying are based on mouse coordinates, if I change the position of my UI controls it is not replaying(running) properly.

2)I want to Validate the value of Controls and Indicators in my UI (i.e) I need to check if the value is equal to,not equal to,greater than or less than the specified value.

Is there any way to overcome these problems

Thanks and Regards,


Thanks and Regards,


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Hello, welcome.

1 - ControlClick

2 - not sure, ControlGetText?


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I tried using ControlGetText but its parameters(title,ID,etc) couldn't be obtained from the AutoIt Window Info Tool for the controls on my NI LabVIEW UI.I think AutoIt Window Info Tool works only for Microsoft Controls.Is there any way to use it for controls in other applications or any other way to access the controls of other applications. 

Thanks and Regards,


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