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how to detect installation license agreement?

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

using HP printer setup installation, it have the same titles throughout all installation steps but only up to license agreement section, there is no way to detect using Wingettext() and Winwaitactive() where it has only RichEdit property shown license in text and 2 buttons of &Agree and &Decline...tired to work with button text detection would not be possible for me too...

installation on win 9x would be very slow than win2k and latest...so delay timing and loop was not an option for me...

using mouse movement will work better but how do i mange to detect the license section?

Edited by proyb2

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As Nuffilein said... Using AutoInfo Tool, do you have a "unique Class" for that window?

If so you could do something like: Paint as an example...

>>>>>>>>>>>> Window Details <<<<<<<<<<<<<

Title: untitled - Paint

Class: MSPaintApp

>>>>>>>>>>> Control Under Mouse <<<<<<<<<<<

Size: X: 0 Y: 284 W: 267 H: 49

Control ID: 59422

ClassNameNN: AfxControlBar42u2

WinWaitActive("classname=MSPaintApp")

ControlClick("classname=MSPaintApp", "text of button", "AfxControlBar42u2", "left", 1); notice "left" and 1 are default

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

info window show nothing except there are only 2 buttons which are visible text

i hope there are some function to get text on RichEdit property which contain license agreement

Edited by proyb2

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

info window show nothing except there are only 2 buttons which are visible text

i hope there are some function to get text on RichEdit property which contain license agreement

Just a shot in the dark but how about using

Opt("WinSearchChildren", 1)

Then search for text on button.

Edited by BigDod


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