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How to work with multiple windows title

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

$key = "{ctrldown}{a}{ctrlup}{backspace}{tab}{ctrldown}{a}{ctrlup}{backspace}{t}{o}{d}{a}{y}{tab}{i}{n}{}{h}{o}"



$winList = WinList("[TITLE:WhatsApp]",  "")


   For $i = 1 to $winList[0][0]

      $title = $winList[$i][0]
      $handle = $winList[$i][1]
      $controlid = ""
      $text = ""
      ControlSend($handle,$text,$controlid,$key)

      Next
      Exit

Is possible edit that script to work with multiple window titles?

I tried edit it to work with multiple windows titles, with no success :lol:

$winList = WinList("[TITLE:WhatsApp,Joana,Carlos]",  "")

?

$winList = WinList("[TITLE:WhatsApp]",  ""),WinList("[TITLE:Joana]",  ""),WinList("[TITLE:Carlos]",  "")

 

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8 minutes ago, c7aesa7r said:
$key = "{ctrldown}{a}{ctrlup}{backspace}{tab}{ctrldown}{a}{ctrlup}{backspace}{t}{o}{d}{a}{y}{tab}{i}{n}{}{h}{o}"



$winList = WinList("[TITLE:WhatsApp]",  "")


   For $i = 1 to $winList[0][0]

      $title = $winList[$i][0]
      $handle = $winList[$i][1]
      $controlid = ""
      $text = ""
      ControlSend($handle,$text,$controlid,$key)

      Next
      Exit

Is possible edit that script to work with multiple window titles?

I tried edit it to work with multiple windows titles, with no success :lol:

$winList = WinList("[TITLE:WhatsApp,Joana,Carlos]",  "")

?

$winList = WinList("[TITLE:WhatsApp]",  ""),WinList("[TITLE:Joana]",  ""),WinList("[TITLE:Carlos]",  "")

 

If you want to use multiple windows, you will need to assign them to different variables:

$winlist1 = WinList("WhatsApp")
$winlist2 = WinList("Joana")
$winlist3 = WinList("Carlos")

BTW, "title" is automatically implied as the first parameter to Winlist.  You don't have to explicitly declare it.  And the "text" parameter is optional and does not need to be included if you just leave it blank.  But let me also ask: I assume you are trying to automate Whatsapp windows, is that correct?  If so, use the Autoit Window info tool and see what the "Class" property for the windows you are trying to automate is.  If the class property is the same for all of them, then you can modify your script to simply read:

$winlist = Winlist ("[CLASS:<name>]")

Where "<name>" is whatever the value is

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Thanks for willing to help, and sorry I did not express myself well.

What im trying is send different messages to different windows.

 

$key1 = {h}{i}
$key2 = {h}{e}{l}{l}{o}

$winlist1 = WinList("Carlos")
$winlist2 = WinList("Joana")

I need know how edit the script to work this way.

I cant use:

$winlist = Winlist ("[CLASS:<name>]")

Because all windows have the same class name, they just differ in the title.

 

 

My actual script, just send the key1 to first window, and dont send key2 to the second

$key1 = "{a}"
$key2 = "{b}"
$key3 = "{c}"


$winlist1 = WinList("Carlos")
$winlist2 = WinList("Joana")
$winlist3 = WinList("Fenne")



   For $i = 1 to $winList1[0][0]

      $title = $winList1[$i][0]
      $handle = $winList1[$i][1]
      $controlid = ""
      $text = ""
      ControlSend($handle,$text,$controlid,$key1)

      Next
      Exit


   For $i = 1 to $winList2[0][0]

      $title = $winList2[$i][0]
      $handle = $winList2[$i][1]
      $controlid = ""
      $text = ""
      ControlSend($handle,$text,$controlid,$key2)

      Next
      Exit

 

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Use AutoItSetOption() like this:

AutoItSetOption("WinTextMatchMode",2)

;Send something to Joana
$hWin = WinGetHandle("Joana")
ControlSend($hWin,'',[ControlID],[Message])

 


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Guys could give me a example, how to make it work with 2 title string, then i can edit as many i need?

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

-EDIT-

I got it working this way:

$key1 = "{a}"
$key2 = "{b}"


AutoItSetOption("WinTextMatchMode",2)

;Send something to Joana
$hWin =  WinGetHandle("Joana")
$hWin2 = WinGetHandle("Carlos")

$controlid = ""
$text = ""

ControlSend($hWin,$text,$controlid,$key1)
ControlSend($hWin2,$text,$controlid,$key2)

Could it get better? Is possible insert delay between keys send?

Example:         $key1 = "{a}, sleep(500), {b}"

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I'm not sure if you talk about delay between two ControlSend() calls or the delay between keystrokes.

In first case:

ControlSend($hWin,$text,$controlid,$key1)
Sleep(1000) ; Pause 1 second
ControlSend($hWin2,$text,$controlid,$key2)

In the second case you have to set the flag SendKeyDelay:

AutoItSetOption("SendKeyDelay","1000")

 


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