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Progress bar watching

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:"> Hi again new question:)

How can i watch when the progress bar will be full?

How can i understand when the progress bar is full and to leave my script to go to the next command?

I want the script to wait until the progress bar fill out.

thanks

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Whether this command will help me - i want to watch a progress bar from other program - one installation (installShield). I don't create a progress bar.

I just want to watch a installation progress bar whether is fill out and to make automatic to press Finish.

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Perhaps it is not "His" progress bar.


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Or you can just determine the coordinates of the last pixels that will be filled when the progress has reached 100% .. and use PixelGetColor() to see when this region changes

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Often another event will occur when an installation completes. Window text might change; a control might become enabled; a certain file might exist. You might be able to accomplish what you want with something simple like this:

WinWait('InstallShield', 'Installation complete'); change the texts to suit

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