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AutoIt how to get Items from ListView

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Hi All,

I need help to retrieve the item from my window popups.

Mywindow have MyList as ListView, and a button.

My List contains 10 rows, each row has 3 columns.

This is the program window run and popup the window named "MyWindow" (Not from GUICreate())

 

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode,",4)

Opt("WinTextMatchMode",4)

Local $hWnd=WinWait("Mywindow","","[NAME:MyList]")

ControlClick($hWnd,"","[NAME:MyList]")

Msgbox($MB_OK,"","ControlListView " & ControlListView($hControl,"MemoList","","GetItemCount"))

 

....

all I got is GetItemCount = 0

 

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5 minutes ago, AutoBie said:

Hi All,

I need help to retrieve the item from my window popups.

Mywindow have MyList as ListView, and a button.

My List contains 10 rows, each row has 3 columns.

This is the program window run and popup the window named "MyWindow" (Not from GUICreate())

 

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode,",4)

Opt("WinTextMatchMode",4)

Local $hWnd=WinWait("Mywindow","","[NAME:MyList]")

ControlClick($hWnd,"","[NAME:MyList]")

Msgbox($MB_OK,"","ControlListView " & ControlListView($hWnd,"MemoList","","GetItemCount"))

 

....

all I got is GetItemCount = 0

 

 

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Is it a GUI created yourself?

  • No, than copy the info's from the AutoIt Window Information Tool in your starting post. There is a difference between ListViews and ListBox, so the infos are needed to give correct advice.
  • Yes, add your scriptcode to startpost

 

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Thanks..

Here is the window Info

>>>> Window <<<<
Title:    ViewEditMemoForm
Class:    WindowsForms10.Window.8.app.0.141b42a_r11_ad1
Position:    26, 26
Size:    505, 313
Style:    0x16CE0000
ExStyle:    0x00050100
Handle:    0x00000000000A0820

>>>> Control <<<<
Class:    WindowsForms10.Window.8.app.0.141b42a_r11_ad1
Instance:    1
ClassnameNN:    WindowsForms10.Window.8.app.0.141b42a_r11_ad11
Name:    MyList
Advanced (Class):    [NAME:MyList]
ID:    6686106
Text:    
Position:    0, 0
Size:    180, 274
ControlClick Coords:    77, 86
Style:    0x56010000
ExStyle:    0x00000000
Handle:    0x000000000066059A

>>>> Mouse <<<<
Position:    111, 143
Cursor ID:    0
Color:    0xFFFFFF

>>>> StatusBar <<<<

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