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I currently writing a script where I need a function that can DEACTIVATE

a window, but I couldn't find any function in the readme that could do that...

Strange.. B)

Is it just me, or isn't there a function in AutoIt v3 that can do such a thing..?

Strange when you think about all the functions concerning active windows...

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I currently writing a script where I need a function that can DEACTIVATE

a window, but I couldn't find any function in the readme that could do that...

Strange.. B)

Is it just me, or isn't there a function in AutoIt v3 that can do such a thing..?

Strange when you think about all the functions concerning active windows...

:whistle:

What do you mean by DEACTIVATE ?

Do you want to activate another window or activate the desktop or something like that ???


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I need to get my window DEACTIVATED...

Which means I have to activate something else I guess...

Aargh...never mind.. :whistle:

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Technically, when nothing is active, something still is activated. That's usually the desktop, who's title escape me at the moment.

Edited by Valik

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Which means that I have to activate the desktop or any other windows...

Mmm... :whistle:

Thanks anyway..

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try activating "Program Manager"

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try activating "Program Manager"

Thanks, that worked ! :whistle:B):angry:

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