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Can't controll [CLASS:#32770] windows 7

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Good morning, I'm trying to automate a software installation for HP tools.

All works great until I can't control a popup windows classified as #32770 from Windows Info

I search in the forums but no answer was usefull.

This is a screenshot of the windows

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And this is the part of the code that's is supposed to control the window

WinWait("[CLASS:#32770]", "HP SystemDiags Installer", "")
If not WinActive("[CLASS:#32770]", "") then WinActivate("[CLASS:#32770]", "")
WinWaitActive("[CLASS:#32770]", "")
ControlSend("[CLASS:#32770]", "", 1, "{ENTER}")

Any help would be appreciated

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Your WinWait has the title text in the Window Text parameter. Instead of using the class of the window, mainly because the class used is a very common one, you should use the title text for that parameter.


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I have the same problem but Windows 8.1 x64 and Windows 10.

The AutoIt script simply dont work if there's a CLASS:#32770, it doesn't even launch the application and ignore the control I try to use, even MouseClick.

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Shaitan,

 

Is the application you are trying to automate the same as OP's?

Have you tried Brewman's solution?

Please post your script so that we can fully understand what you are having troubles with. :)

EDIT: Just as a heads-up, Windows 10 is not something we will break our backs to fix, as it hasn't even been truly released yet! ;)

Edited by MikahS

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

This will grab the window.

; perform some click to make the popup occur...then (you can create your own loop waiting for the popup):
$hEnabledPopup = _WinAPI_GetWindow($hParentWindow,6)
WinActivate($hEnabledPopup)
ControlFocus($hEnabledPopup,"",6)
ControlClick($hEnabledPopup,"",6)
WinWaitClose($hEnabledPopup)

We have automated each of these OS versions with the above technique (something similar, but with loops):

Win7, 8.1, 2k8 server, 2k12 server, and the trial 10 version.

Only difference, is we validate control and window states prior to attempting to perform action.  If the window is not enabled, the click will not register.

Edited: removed ref to control id 1...proper is 6

Edited by jdelaney

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Or:

Global $ghWnd = WinWait("[CLASS:#32770]", "HP SystemDiags Installer")
If not WinActive($ghWnd) then WinActivate($ghWnd)
WinWaitActive($ghWnd)
ControlClick($ghWnd, "", "[CLASS:Button; INSTANCE:1]")

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

If it were:

Global $ghWnd = WinWait("[CLASS:#32770]")

Or

Global $ghWnd = WinWait("HP SystemDiags Installer")
Edited by jdelaney

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The problems happens in Windows 8.1. I tried to use class and window title, the results are the same: nothing.

Whats OP's? :)

Here's the script I wrote. Please note that I had to create batch file to launch the Notepad++ installer, since it wasnt being launched by AutoIt.

Opt("WinWaitDelay",100)
Opt("WinTitleMatchMode",4)
Opt("WinDetectHiddenText",1)
Opt("MouseCoordMode",0)

Run('Notepad\Notepad.cmd')
WinWait("[CLASS:#32770]","")
If Not WinActive("[CLASS:#32770]","") Then WinActivate("[CLASS:#32770]","")
WinWaitActive("[CLASS:#32770]","")
ControlSend("[CLASS:#32770]","", 1,"{ENTER}")

Shaitan,

 

Is the application you are trying to automate the same as OP's?

Have you tried Brewman's solution?

Please post your script so that we can fully understand what you are having troubles with. :)

EDIT: Just as a heads-up, Windows 10 is not something we will break our backs to fix, as it hasn't even been truly released yet! ;)

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Try it with the Title of the window and not the class of it. As I stated earlier, that class is used a LOT on a LOT of different windows so you will have no idea which one is going to get activated or is active because you don't know which one it sees first.


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Well, with the OP (original poster), The controlsend() is sending to control id #1, when the button is clearly control id #6, the solution I provided above should work (if you replace the class title with the title of the window itself that Jdelaney provided).


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Ha, only skimmed the output, and went off the instance id...updated my above posts.

Yet another way...use both (not really necessary, just providing the example):

WinWait("[CLASS:#32770; TITLE:HP SystemDiags Installer]")

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Try it with the Title of the window and not the class of it. As I stated earlier, that class is used a LOT on a LOT of different windows so you will have no idea which one is going to get activated or is active because you don't know which one it sees first.

 

Thanks but like I said, I tried to use the window's title first and only them I used class althought the exact same problem happened: the scripts runs, activate the correct window but nothing after that, no button is clicked.

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Always provide your code.

It's a waste of our time to speculate otherwise.

Your issue is probably in trying to click controlid 1, rather than 6.


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#14 ·  Posted (edited)

The code was provided above.

Opt("WinWaitDelay",100)
Opt("WinTitleMatchMode",4)
Opt("WinDetectHiddenText",1)
Opt("MouseCoordMode",0)

Run('Notepad\Notepad.cmd')
WinWait("[CLASS:#32770]","")
If Not WinActive("[CLASS:#32770]","") Then WinActivate("[CLASS:#32770]","")
WinWaitActive("[CLASS:#32770]","")
ControlSend("[CLASS:#32770]","", 1,"{ENTER}") 

 

Always provide your code.

It's a waste of our time to speculate otherwise.

Your issue is probably in trying to click controlid 1, rather than 6.

Edited by Shaitan

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#15 ·  Posted (edited)

 as jdelaney said:

ControlSend("[CLASS:#32770]", "", 6, "{ENTER}")
Edited by MikahS

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nothing but the same :(

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#17 ·  Posted (edited)

To be fair, you never provided us the control data you are attempting to interact with...give us that information from the spy tool.

In the future, create your own post, rather than piggy backing on another which may or may not have anything to do with your specific issue.

Else, you have to provide us the contents of notepad.cmd, so we can reproduce.

Edited by jdelaney

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Actually I created a topic a few days ago: '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>>

The control I'm trying to interact with is a simple Ok button and what I really don't understand its why the exact same script used to work perfectly in Windows 7 x64.

notepad.cmd:

start /wait C:\Users\Raphael\Desktop\Appz\Notepad\npp.6.7.4.Installer.exe
exit

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Stick to your topic Shaitan.  Please don't post here again, they are not relevant.  The OP's issue has been addressed specifically.

In your post, Post a screen shot of the autoinfo tool over the control you want to click.


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#20 ·  Posted (edited)

I've ran into a few problems with windows like these.  Try something like this:

local $HPhandle = WinGetHandle("HP SystemDiags Installer", "Impossibile trovare la partizione HP_TOOLS. Crearla?") ; note: make sure that under the visible text section that is listed.
If $HPhandle = "0x00000000" Then
    $HPhandle = WinGetHandle("[W:386, H:161]", "")
EndIf

local $done = 0, $cantfindwindow = 0, $failed = 0

While $done = 0
WinActivate($HPhandle)
If WinActive($HPhandle) Then
    ControlFocus($HPhandle, "", 6)
   local $DidIClick = ControlClick($HPhandle, "", 6)
    If $DidIClick <> 1 Then
        ControlFocus($HPhandle, "", 6)
        ControlSend($HPhandle, "", 6, "{ENTER}")
            Sleep(1000)
            If WinExists($HPhandle, "") or WinExists("[W:386, H:161]", "") Then
                $failed += 1
                If $failed = 5 Then
                    MouseClick("Left", "X", "Y") ; Get Mouse Position X, Y from au3info
                    ExitLoop
                EndIf
            Else
                $done = 1
            EndIf
    Else
        $done = 1
    EndIf
Else
    Sleep(500)
    $cantfindwindow += 1
    If $cantfindwindow = 10 Then
        MouseClick("Left", "X", "Y") ; Get Mouse Position X, Y from au3info
        ExitLoop
    EndIf
EndIf
WEnd
Edited by jack71

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