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Click button on Toolbar

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Does anybody have any idea how to click button on toolbar

Please see screeshot......

I want to click Apply button ....how to click it ???

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All the buttons are identified as a single object that is Toolbar...so how can i click a particular button using ControlClick   ??????

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Yes All buttons have same properties .... :(

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didn't get u .....wht do u mean ????

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It is installation file......need to click on apply button after making changes ......

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anybody does have any idea ???

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What about the handle?


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#13 ·  Posted (edited)

First, use these functions to get the Comand_ID:

_GUICtrlToolbar_*

Then, use this to send that command_id (same as a click):

ControlCommand

"SendCommandID", Command ID Simulates the WM_COMMAND message. Usually used for ToolbarWindow32 controls - use the ToolBar tab of Au3Info to get the Command ID.

You might get lucky, and see all the command id's in the 'toolbar' tab of the spy tool (when focused on the toolbar)

Edited by jdelaney

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