I think I'm so close to solving an automation problem but need that last bit of help. Anyone familiar with automation might know this answer. The beginning of this code is a nice example from @IanN1990 which I dug into a little and found it's counting my tabs correctly in Chrome. How may I print out each tab name (probably some sort of property in the automation object)
#include "CUIAutomation2.au3" ; Window handle Local $hWindow = WinGetHandle( "[CLASS:Chrome_WidgetWin_1]" ) If Not IsHWnd( $hWindow ) Then Return ConsoleWrite( "$hWindow ERR" & @CRLF ) ConsoleWrite( "$hWindow OK" & @CRLF ) ; Activate window WinActivate( $hWindow ) Sleep( 100 ) ; UI Automation object Local $oUIAutomation = ObjCreateInterface( $sCLSID_CUIAutomation, $sIID_IUIAutomation, $dtagIUIAutomation ) If Not IsObj( $oUIAutomation ) Then Return ConsoleWrite( "$oUIAutomation ERR" & @CRLF ) ConsoleWrite( "$oUIAutomation OK" & @CRLF ) ; Desktop element Local $pDesktop, $oDesktop $oUIAutomation.GetRootElement( $pDesktop ) $oDesktop = ObjCreateInterface( $pDesktop, $sIID_IUIAutomationElement, $dtagIUIAutomationElement ) If Not IsObj( $oDesktop ) Then Return ConsoleWrite( "$oDesktop ERR" & @CRLF ) ConsoleWrite( "$oDesktop OK" & @CRLF ) ; Chrome window Local $pCondition $oUIAutomation.CreatePropertyCondition( $UIA_ClassNamePropertyId, "Chrome_WidgetWin_1", $pCondition ) If Not $pCondition Then Return ConsoleWrite( "$pCondition ERR" & @CRLF ) ConsoleWrite( "$pCondition OK" & @CRLF ) Local $pChrome, $oChrome $oDesktop.FindFirst( $TreeScope_Descendants, $pCondition, $pChrome ) $oChrome = ObjCreateInterface( $pChrome, $sIID_IUIAutomationElement, $dtagIUIAutomationElement ) If Not IsObj( $oChrome ) Then Return ConsoleWrite( "$oChrome ERR" & @CRLF ) ConsoleWrite( "$oChrome OK" & @CRLF ) ; Tab item Local $pCondition1 $oUIAutomation.CreatePropertyCondition( $UIA_ControlTypePropertyId, $UIA_TabItemControlTypeId, $pCondition1 ) If Not $pCondition1 Then Return ConsoleWrite( "$pCondition1 ERR" & @CRLF ) ConsoleWrite( "$pCondition1 OK" & @CRLF ) ;~ Find All tab items Local $pTabs, $oUIElementArray, $iElements, $pFound, $oFound, $value $oChrome.FindAll( $TreeScope_Descendants, $pCondition1, $pTabs ) $oUIElementArray = ObjCreateInterface($pTabs, $sIID_IUIAutomationElementArray, $dtagIUIAutomationElementArray) $oUIElementArray.Length( $iElements ) ConsoleWrite( "$iElements:" & $iElements & @CRLF ) For $i = 0 To $iElements - 1 Local $pFound $oUIElementArray.GetElement($i, $pFound) ConsoleWrite($pFound & @CRLF) $pFound.GetCurrentPropertyValue($UIA_NamePropertyId,$value) ;<==PROBLEM HERE ConsoleWrite($value & @CRLF) Next
Thanks for any direction.
TeraCopy Timer - A program of mine, front end really, that I have been working on (on & off) for some time, but not shared here before, that I recall. Third party program TeraCopy is required.
Many of you will be familiar with TeraCopy, and it has been discussed here at AF on several occasions, in various sub forums, including Chat.
BE ADVISED - I still use an older version of TeraCopy (v2.27), a goody but an oldy, so have only tested my program with that. It may work with the newer v3.xx, or may be easily adjusted to do so, but I have not yet gone that route. Likewise, I only use it with Win 7 and Win XP, but I don't imagine there should be any issues with newer Windows. Add to that, my program being devised and created in AutoIt v188.8.131.52.
So what is TeraCopy Timer and why might you need it?
Those familiar with TeraCopy use, know you can run multiple copy or move jobs either simultaneously or concurrently (one immediately after another has finished). With the free version at least, you have no control over precise order or timing, and no way to deal (without manual interaction) with the pesky Thumbs.db files in Win XP. TeraCopy Timer allows you to do all those things, and in a batch fashion.
Some screenshots and brief explanation
This new WAIT feature is the simplest and best way to use the program generally (in my view) ... but check out the following, as it is not always the case.
Advanced Delay Window
WARNING - It should go without saying, that you take all the usual precautions. For instance, don't use move with the only copy you have of precious files. BACKUP BACKUP BACKUP! Don't hold me liable for anything, except for being a nice guy who likes to share.
TeraCopy Timer v3.5.zip (MAJOR UPDATE - see detail at Post #39)
P.S. I am not affiliated in any way with those who created and provide the excellent third party program - TeraCopy.
I didn't know where to put this; my apologies if this is the wrong location.
When you plug a Samsung mobile device (phone, tablet, etc.) into the USB of a Windows PC, you can right-click the device in My Computer and select Properties. Here, it will show you the correct serial number of the device. Clearly Windows doesn't use adb to get the SN so I'm stuck at how to get the SN without adb and where the device doesn't have a drive letter assigned to it.
When I last picked this up, I tried seemingly everything I could from wmi(?) and winmgmts(?) but either it's hidden cloak-and-dagger style or I can't see the forest for the trees...
Does anyone know what API Windows uses when getting the serial number of a device Windows calls a Portable Media Player?
I found a couple of threads asking quite similar questions, but without finding a "straight" solution to Access the internal phone storage as well as the plugged in SD-Card.
While the SD Card is quite an easy Job (shutdown phone, remove SD, plug into some Card Reader, Access it using a drive letter), the internal storage isn't accessible this way.
Of course I *CAN* Access all the (regular visible) Content, when connected to a Windows box.
But this way I cannot estimate, where all the space was eaten up. So I'd like to know, how to address the "root" Folder of the internal storage of my Android Phone to get it's subfolders and files. Going through the whole Folder tree recursively isn't my Problem, it's just howto address the very first Folder and then to read all files (with sizes) and names of the subfolders.