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Method For Clicking/dragging

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tiger223

Using autoit, i was planning to use dragging method to upload files to a ftp server. I was wondering other than a MouseClickDrag if there was a feature similar to Control which would let me do the same w/o interference of the mouse.

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Jos

I would use CURL.exe which is a commandline utility to do HTTP/FTP stuff.

Just do a Google search for it when you are interested.


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tiger223

Yeah i know about such tools. But the server at work only allows a specified client to connect and checks for md5 responses. Hence i cannot use another client.

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So you want to Drag a file from the Windows Explorer and Drop it on the InternetExplorer window?

Think you can do a Copy&Paste as well. SO Ctrl+C on the source file then swap to the target window and do a Ctrl+V...


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tiger223

I have actually tried that before. Unfortunately the client does not support that. The only way i can transfer is by clicking on the file and clicking transfer or drag it over to the remote destination.

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