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vaishnavi

Hi All,

  Can some one help me to write a script in autoIT. I need to uninstall the Adobe creative Cloud application via AutoIt script. But when i triggered to trigger the Creative Cloud uninstaller.Exe the first pop-up window display without title bar. so its difficult for me proceed to use winwaitActive() function to automate the script. Can some one please help me out . Quite urgent

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Vaishnavi.

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Welcome to AutoIt and the forum!
Most applications propvide a way to do a silient install/uninstall. Means: provide some command line switches to the uninstaller exe.
What does "uninstaller.exe /?" return?


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RegiOween

vaishnavi, welcome!

You can try to use the window class instead window title. Suppose the window class in question is "CreativeCloud", you can use:

WinWaitActive("[CLASS:CreativeCloud]")

You can use the "AutoIt Window Info" tool to check the correct name of the window class, besides all other valuable information.

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vaishnavi

vaishnavi, welcome!

You can try to use the window class instead window title. Suppose the window class in question is "CreativeCloud", you can use:

WinWaitActive("[CLASS:CreativeCloud]")

You can use the "AutoIt Window Info" tool to check the correct name of the window class, besides all other valuable information.

Its Helpful thank you . :)

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