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Is there any way to verify a checkbox is already checked or not using any method.

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I have a tool & in that i have a checkbox. I am clicking on that checkbox by using "ControlClick" method.

ControlClick("Internet Properties", "Start with ta&bs from the last session", "[CLASS:Button;INSTANCE:4]", "");

However i want to verify before clicking on that checkbox is already checked or not? Is there any way. 

Any example or help will be great.

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Hello check controlcommand in helpfile.

 

Saludos

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

@Danyfirex Thanks for the help.

Need one more help. How to change the values in slider. Attached screenshot: Slider.png

Say i have "High,Medium-High,Medium,Medium-low,low" values & based on input these slider values needs to change. 

Please help me for the above.

Slider.PNG

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

@Bert I am creating a Autoit script which will read the inputs & based on that it will update the slider values.

EX: Say If the input is "High" it will set the slider to "High".

Code written for the same, however this is not a fullproof code, As if its already set to high, This code will not work. 

Needs some guidelines here:

If $sResult = "High" Then
    $CMD = "inetcpl.cpl"
    RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & $CMD); 
    WinWaitActive("[CLASS:#32770]");  
    ControlClick("Internet Properties", "Use de&fault", "[CLASS:Button;INSTANCE:2]", ""); 
    Send("+{TAB}");
    Send("+{TAB}");
    Send("+ {RIGHT}");
    Sleep(1000)
    Send("{TAB}");
    Send("{TAB}");
    Send("+{UP}");

 

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What do you mean by "will not work"? Expected versus experienced behaviour?


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Expected: Lets say value is set to "low", expected is using the above script it should set it to high.

Experienced: When the value is set to "low", script is setting the value is medium.

I got a new solution for the above. Thanks for the help. :)

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Well, that's easy... You only press "{up}" one time and you should press it twice as you want it to go up twice. Or just press "{HOME}" to up it to the maximum setting immediately.


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Thanks. However I did it by using your 1st approach. :)

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Note: GUI automation is typically the last resort. The security settings can be set in other ways, perhaps you should try and directly set the required zone levels in the registry, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Zones.

RegRead, RegWrite...

Also, depending on what your network/deployment situation is, group policies may be the best way to go.


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Unable to get the values using Autoit inspector inside>> IE>Internet settings.

Screenshot attached: Autoit issue.png.

Please help me out how to get the values using autoit inspector.

Autoit issue.PNG

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Refer to post #4, automating the GUI is the last thing you should be doing.


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Using "Send" keys i am able to do. But that is not Foolproof.

As checkbox is already "Checked" how we will verify using "Send" key.

Send("{TAB}");
Send("+{DOWN}");
Send("+{SPACE}");

This code will do when checkbox is already checked then it will uncheck & if it is uncheck then it will check.

However i want to do first checkbox is already checked or not?

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You need #RequireAdmin and ControlListView, but i also suggest regread/regwrite is the better way.

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