Can somebody help me with getting text from wpf controls. With a help of inspect.exe I found element selector and now I need to get text from some button and assert that text is as expected?
Good Evening Everyone
Long time since I've been in the forums - missing AutoIt and programming dearly - but on with the question... I hope this one is easy
I am using SimpleSpy / UIAWrappers.au3 to automate an application. I basically have a "Stop" button that I am waiting to change from UIA_IsEnabled:= <False> to UIA_IsEnabled:= <True>
How do I check for the UIA_IsEnabled condition ? Of course SimpleSpy gives all the details of GUI elements... but what code do I use to just check the GUI "Stop" buttons UIA_IsEnabled condition?
Local $oUIElement=_UIA_getObjectByFindAll($oP0, "title:=Stop;ControlType:=UIA_ButtonControlTypeId", $treescope_subtree)
Hey there, i have the code from simplespy but have no idea about what to use, got the UIA_V0_64 files.
I look at the examples but i get lost, i ask for guideance in this matter.
To get to this window simply run:
control.exe /name Microsoft.DefaultPrograms /page pageFileAssoc
select a filetype and click "change program"
Consider the following image. I'm interested in all of the text elements embedded in the last pane called "Power Container". Unfortunately, this pane is embedded in 8 other panes with the same name and no other identifying characteristics. I think I can get to the target pane using indexrelative.
Local $powerContainer = _UIA_getObjectByFindAll($cPowerMain, "controltype:=UIA_PaneControlTypeId;Name:=Power Container;indexrelative:=8", $treescope_subtree) If Not IsObj($powerContainer) Then Return ConsoleWrite("Could not find Power Container pane") So, now I have the pane, but I want to target individual text elements. They do seemingly have AutomationIds so I think I can use that as a selector. Problem is I'm building a fake WinForms GUI to test with since I don't have access to the real UI to automate for testing purposes, and with WinForms, there is no way to set the AutomationId. There is no other identifying information on these text elements. Their Name property contains the actual data, which varies. Except for the labels that sit in from of them.
The way it is built it looks like this:
My question is this: I know I can select to get the one with the static label value "Tag#"
Local $tagLabel = _UIA_getObjectByFindAll($powerContainer, "controltype:='UIA_TextControlTypeId;Name:=Tag#", $treescope_subtree) Now, what I want to do is navigate to get the next sibling of this element. It doesn't look like the API allows me to do this? I think what I have to do is get a RawViewWalker and just iterate through all of them and inspect each one and figure out if it is what I'm looking for. Does this seem correct?
Is there a better way to achieve this?
If I'm reading the code in UIAWrappers.au3 correctly, the function _UIA_getObjectByFindAll( ) uses the UIElement.FindAll with the true condition, so it would find any elements that match the treescope passed in. This populates an array, and then it iterates through them and tries matching the properties that were passed into _UIA_getObjectByFindAll and returns the first element that is the best match.
I understand one can use the index or relativeindex properties to target a specific child, let's say when you have a panel that has a bunch of edit fields. If you know the specific index of the one you want you can use the index to get it back, but what if I want to return, say the whole array of UIElements that match a specific type.
Is my best option here to just use the .FindAll( ) function directly and set my own condition to match the controltypeid?