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how to make a list of PID and when clicked the window bring to front?


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just as the title say "how to make a list of PID and when clicked the window bring to front?" with auto it, i only can do what in processlist example, ah, the process name is specific, but in here i open so many of it and i don't know which one with X pid....something like that thanks

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potanx,

Welcome to the AutoIt forums.

Using the forum search facility I came up with this thread which seems to be the answer to the problem of getting a window handle from a PID. As to clicking, there are many threads dealing with doing just that in both List and ListView controls, so I suggest you look for some of them.

You know where we are if you run into problems with the code you try.

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