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ATTENTION! THIS IS STILL WORK IN PROGRESS!
This is the modified version of MrCreatoR's "Simple Library Docs Generator".
It allows to create CHM help files that look like the AutoIt help file.
In additon this CHM files can then be used with Advanced.Help.
This a very early alpha version - so it is miles away from being perfect. It's just something for you to play with.
The documentation is in the making and will be published as soon as possible.
BTW: If you like this UDF please click the "I like this" button. This tells me where to next put my development effort
The F1 key in SciTE displays the documentation for the word on which the cursor is located. Up to now this was only available for AutoIt.
But times change and we change with them
With the "Simple Library Docs Generator" created by MrCreatoR and customized by me, any CHM help file (Compressed HTML Help) can be created (more about this later in a separate thread). The only prerequisite: All function names have to start with the same identifier (like _AD_, _OL_ etc.).
We have already created CHM help files for the following UDFs:
Active Directory AD-CHM.zip Outlook OutlookEX-CHM.zip TaskScheduler TaskScheduler-CHM.zip WebDriver Webdriver-CHM.zip
Preliminary release of the WebDriver help file.
This release is for you to play with. Please tell us what you like, what is missing or just what you think about it. For download please see the top of this post. Other CHM help files come with existing UDFs:
WinHTTP The integration of these help files in SciTE is now done with the tool presented here.
This tool, created by BugFix from the german forum, allows custom CHM help files to be included in SciTE.
The existing help key is used to call either the AutoIt help or the corresponding custom help. Depending on which keyword the cursor is currently on. For unknown keywords the AutoIt help is called. For AutoIt a separate window is opened and for the user-defined UDFs another window is opened, so you can work with both helps at the same time.
The ZIP file contains an installation guide in German (Install_Deutsch.txt) and English (Install_English.txt) in which the installation and configuration is described in detail.
For download please check the download forum.
Hello! Thanks you for looking at my post
**No source code I'm sorry work related can't copy information**
I've been using autoit for about 1 year.
I'm having trouble automating a click on an internet explorer web page and I've tried a lot of examples from help pages and forums already. The object I'm trying to click on isnt always in the same spot so I can't use mouse click or control click, I have tried to use the different get collection options and clickbyname, or index or get object. I'm just struggling.
Description of object I'm trying to click --
HTML Code looks like <a ng-click.. "Click Here" it appears it's just a click able object named "click here" that opens a hidden window by running a script inside the web page. I'm not able to grab the information from the window unless it's open so I have to automate this click somehow.
I understand it's difficult to assist without having something to look at, I apologize for that sincerely and appreciate and assistance and suggestions.
So I am trying to click the green button, this button is not always in the same place. So fare I am trying to click it by finding the color but there is also something else with the same color on the screen (circled in yellow) that is causing issues. Is there a way to use the Title and Class of the window (can't be just the window as there are more than one with the same name).
How does AutoIt Info get this information?
Due to corona I have a lot of spare time at the moment. So I started to create a "real" help file fo the AD UDF (MS Active Directory).
This help file should look/work like the AutoIt help file.
Attached you find the first beta of the AD help file.
Done so far:
Similar functions have been assigned to a group (example: mail, mailbox and Exchange related functions have been assigned to the "EMail" group) Content, Search and Index tabs work Formatting is similar to the AutoIt help file Introduction page ToDo:
Fill index tab Use folder icons Set the correct font size for the TOC Enhance the CSS to fully match the formatting of the AutoIt help file Create a documentation so you can create CHM files for other homegrown UDFs Create pages for the chapters - return an error message at the moment Upgrade to the latest version of Microsoft HTML Workshop Seems 1.3 is the latest What do you think?
Is something still missing on the ToDo-list?