Israel

Problem in version 3.3.14.2 - Important

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Hi

AutoIT installed in version 3.3.12 on my computer and created a scrip which has a function that takes an element in the web page and click this element. Follows the code below:

Local $aArray[9] = [$oElement.id, $oElement.name, $oElement.type, $oElement.value, $oElement.href, $oElement.src, $oElement.alt, $oElement.innertext, $oElement.className]
For $i = 0 To UBound($aArray) - 1
    
    ; checks that element attribute has the value I want
    If String($aArray[$i]) == $value Then
        
        _IEAction($oElement, "click")
        ExitLoop

    EndIf

Next

My code functioned normally until I upgrade my AutoIT to version 3.3.14.2. Before starting my script already returns me the following error:

The requested action with this object has failed.:

The strange thing is that each execution it returns this error to a different attribute of the array. In an attempt to display the error in more detail I used the $ oMyError = objEvent ("AutoIt.Error", "MyErrFunc") which is known to those who develop scripts.

When I use the function MyErrFunc my script starts to work, but when she shot it starts operating normally. To be even stranger if I put any function as a parameter in the call objEvent ("AutoIt.Error", "") my script back to work, but it does not work without it.

I have no idea what's going on, does anyone know how to help me? This may be a bug in the new version?

Thank you

Edited by Israel
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For starters: It would be nice when you first search for similar reports and then post something that would reproduce any possible bug when ran.
So start with doing a search and let us know when you really can't find a previous reported issue with IE.AU3.

 

Jos


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Jos,

Understood! As for my problem, you know how to help me?

Best regards

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Thank you for your willingness to help.

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This looks quite strange

"C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\Include\MB.AutoIt.RUF.Funcoes.au3"

I never saw this file in includes  :blink:

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this file is my framework with my duties, including that it is

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A terribly wrong place to place private includes, BTW.


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