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How to get value from the active window?

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Shirdish_chakravarthi

Hello Friends i am new to autoit and i am stuck in middle of automation of flashing tool..

my requirement is i have a window and i have to get the value present in that window (below is the picture)

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in the above window i need to get the value of the highlighted field.the value of this filed keeps on changing...ii need to get the current value present in the field..below are the details of the window and field..

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CAN it be done?

 

thanks

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Shirdish_chakravarthi

Hello Friends i am new to autoit and i am stuck in middle of automation of flashing tool..

my requirement is i have a window and i have to get the value present in that window (below is the picture)

instance.PNG

in the above window i need to get the value of the highlighted field.the value of this filed keeps on changing...ii need to get the current value present in the field..below are the details of the window and field..

info.PNG

 

CAN it be done?

 

thanks

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JLogan3o13

Moved to the appropriate forum, as the Technical Discussion forum very clearly states:

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Do not post general support questions here, instead use the AutoIt Help and Support forums.

 

Edit: Also merged duplicate threads. Please stick to one post in the future.

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