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Heres another fun one...

Is it possible to tell what button a user has pressed (clicked) in a window?

Example;

Call from 13125551234

[accept] [reject]

Is there a was to tell what the user pressed?

PS. This is not my dialog box, as in it is from another program, blutooth headset profile on the computer to be exact.

Any info would help ofcourse, thanx in advance.

Thanx; Lew

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Find out what title the window changes after each button has been pressed, then simply check what it changed to. Ofcourse this won't work if the title doesn't change lol.

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Heres another fun one...

Is it possible to tell what button a user has pressed (clicked) in a window?

Example;

Call from 13125551234

[accept] [reject]

Is there a was to tell what the user pressed?

PS. This is not my dialog box, as in it is from another program, blutooth headset profile on the computer to be exact.

Any info would help ofcourse, thanx in advance.

Thanx; Lew

While 1
    $text=ControlGetText("Incoming call","",ControlGetFocus("Incoming call"))
    If $text = "Accept" Then
    ;code when accepted
        ExitLoop
    ElseIf $text = "Reject"
    ;code when rejected
        ExitLoop
    EndIf
WEnd

Hopefully it helps you ;) .


Sorry for my English, I'm Dutch... =DMedia UDFINet Adv UDF

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You could always write code to hide the window asking the question and write an AutoIt GUI that mimics the information shown on that other window. The user will click a button on your AutoIt GUI, your AutoIt code will know what the user wants to do, it can pass that information to the other window and carry out any necessary actions before/after it does so.

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