Esdir

Help me, thanks

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hey guys, I have a source Like 

#include <FF.au3>
_FFConnect()

If _FFClick("formbuttons","Class") Then
    MsgBox(0,"Example","Example")

EndIf

MsgBox(0,"Example","Example") doesn't appear because the page is loading

I want to add smth to stop loading like "ESC" or pasue " or stop or waitload like a sec then

Notice : MsgBox(0,"Example","Example") appearing only when it stops loading ... I don't want to wait till it load i wanna stop it

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

No, and sorry i did a mistake, after all reading my post and i didn't get any help then i made new one

do you have idea to do that ?

Edited by Esdir

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No, and sorry i did a mistake, after all reading my post and i didn't get any help then i made new one

That is the issue i have with your action.

Please read our forum rules and be polite by waiting for people to respond instead of removing the post and starting a new thread.

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ok thank you, and sorry again

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how about:

; #FUNCTION# ===================================================================
; Name ..........: _FFLoadWait
; Description ...: Wait while the page is loading.
; Beschreibung ..: Wartet bis die Seite geladen ist.
; AutoIt Version : V3.3.0.0
; Syntax ........: _FFLoadWait([$iTimeOut = $_FF_LOADWAIT_TIMEOUT[, $bStop = $_FF_LOADWAIT_STOP]])
; Parameter(s): .: $iTimeOut    - Optional: (Default = $_FF_LOADWAIT_TIMEOUT) : Timeout while waiting in ms
;                  $bStop       - Optional: (Default = $_FF_LOADWAIT_STOP) : Stops loading after TimeOut
; Return Value ..: Success      - 1
;                  @EXTENDED    - loading time in ms
;                  Failure      - 0
;                  @ERROR       -
;                  @EXTENDED    - loading time in ms
; Author(s) .....: Thorsten Willert
; Date ..........: Sat Feb 26 17:17:09 CET 2011 @720 /Internet Time/
; Link ..........: https://developer.mozilla.org/en/nsIWebProgress
; Related .......: _FFDialogWait
; Example .......: Yes
; ==============================================================================
Func _FFLoadWait($iTimeOut = $_FF_LOADWAIT_TIMEOUT, $bStop = $_FF_LOADWAIT_STOP)

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I don't know much about autoit, started learning it few days ago, just to tell you

_FFLoadWait($iTimeOut = $_FF_LOADWAIT_TIMEOUT, $bStop = $_FF_LOADWAIT_STOP)

for example

_FFLoadWait(1000,"Stop") or how i can type it right sorry for bad english

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There are default values...just this would be fine:

_FFLoadWait()

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thanks jdelaney

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Esdir,

please do yourself and us a favour and give meaningful titles to your threads. Everyone on this forum is searching for help :)
When you post code, please enclose it in AutoIt code tags - that's the blue "A" button in the editor. This gives a nicely formatted and syntax highlighted code - much easier for us to read.


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