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WindowEx - Additional Window Statistics - Release: V0.4 - 10/04/2016

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A UDF with Extended Functions for Window Management

DISCLAIMER:
This UDF is still in the development phase. All code works and should be generally bug free, however function names and parameters are subject to change.

 

Notes:
Fixes _WindowGetClassList's barbaric returning of a @LF separated string instead of an array.

 

Potential Uses:
Automating applications that change their controls' handles/classes on each launch (e.g. half of Cisco's programs)
 

Functions:
_WinGetClassList
_WinGetClassNNList
_WindowGetHandleList
_WindowGetHandleListFromPos

 

Download: 
WindowEx.zip  (v0.4)

 

Changelog:

10/04/2016 (v0.4):

  _WinGetClassNNList           Fixed  : Not Returning an Index when using $2D_ARRAY
  _WinGetClassNNList           Fixed  : Not Properly returning $aArray[x][1] on Classes with instances > 9 when using $2D_ARRAY

10/03/2016 (v0.3):

  _WinGetClassList             Added  : Exactly the same as WinGetClassList but returns a more civilized Array
  _WinGetClassNNList           Added  : Returns Classes and their instances in either a 1D or 2D array depending on Flags
  _WindowGetHandleList         Renamed: _WinGetHandleList SCRIPT BREAKING!
  _WindowGetHandleListFromPos  Renamed: _WinGetHandleListFromPos SCRIPT BREAKING!

10/01/2016 (v0.2):

  WindowsExConstants.au3       Added  : Flags in _WindowGetHandleListFromPos
  _WindowGetHandleListFromPos  Removed: ConsoleWrite left in during debug
  _WindowGetHandleListFromPos  Added  : Flag for if part of a Control is at $X, $Y return it as well.

10/01/2016 (v0.1):

  _WindowGetHandleList         Added  : Retrieves the handles of classes from a window.
  _WindowGetHandleListFromPos  Added  : Retrieves the handles of classes at a specific position from a window.

Known and Reported Bugs:

None reported

To Do:

To Be Decided. Opinions welcome!

Upcoming Changes:

To Be Decided.
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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Updated with version v0.3

  • Addition of _WinGetClassList which is basically WinGetClassList but easier to parse
  • Addition of _WinGetClassNNList which returns the Class plus each instance in a 1D or 2D array based on flags
  • Updated the 2 existing functions to follow UDF-spec. Rename the Window Prefix to Win to resolve any broken scripts
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My UDFs are generally for me. If they aren't updated for a while, it means I'm not using them myself. As soon as I start using them again, they'll get updated.

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Active: IRC UDF, WindowEx UDF
Discontinued: GithubBubbleSort UDF

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Updated with Version v0.4

  • Fixed _WinGetClassNNList not returning an index when using $2D_ARRAY
  • Fixed _WinGetClassNNList not properly returning $aArray[x][1] on Classes with instances > 9 when using $2D_ARRAY

My UDFs are generally for me. If they aren't updated for a while, it means I'm not using them myself. As soon as I start using them again, they'll get updated.

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Active: IRC UDF, WindowEx UDF
Discontinued: GithubBubbleSort UDF

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