Zifro

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Hello everyone, I am now approaching the IE.au3 library and I must say that I am not very simple. I wanted to know, once you have created the page through _IECreate function how can I take all clickable objects of it.

Thanks for your help and I apologize for the English but comes from the translator.

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If you want a collection of all clickable links have a look at this function: _IELinkGetCollection

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Returns a collection object containing all links in the document or a single link by index

 


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6 hours ago, Jfish said:

Se si desidera una raccolta di tutti i link cliccabili dare un'occhiata a questa funzione: _IELinkGetCollection

 

I understand now that to do what I need to know the id or name of the object that I use, I work on a web app and clicking the right mouse button does not give me the opportunity to access the code, what should I do?
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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

1 hour ago, Zifro said:

what should I do?

Explain which web app, and show us the code you've tried (or at least a screen shot of the page). In short, help us help you ;)

 

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

On 27/11/2016 at 3:40 AM, JLogan3o13 said:

Explain which web app, and show us the code you've tried (or at least a screen shot of the page). In short, help us help you ;)

 

Unfortunately at the moment I'm trying to learn this library so there is still no actual code ...

However, the web app is this:

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@Zifro you seem to have missed the forum rules during your time here. Please read them now, especially this part

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  • Launching, automation or script interaction with games or game servers, regardless of the game.

and you'll see why this topic has been locked. Please also read this bullet point:

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7. Do not repost the same question if the previous thread has been locked - particularly if you merely reword the question to get around one of the prohibitions listed above.

before posting again.


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