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An example on how to inject jQuery into a web page
It can be useful to manage the page from AutoIt using jQuery.
Idea from here: http://www.learningjquery.com/2009/04/better-stronger-safer-jquerify-bookmarklet
Suggestions and improvements are welcome
I have no idea how to refer to style.display in my loop. There is a button like:
<input name="ctl00$bodyPlaceholder$btnFecharProcessamento" class="button" id="bodyPlaceholder_btnFecharProcessamento" style="display: none;" onclick="FecharJanelaProcessamento();return false;" type="submit" value="Fechar"> I want it to be clicked as soon as button's style change from style="display: none;" to style= ="display: inline-block;"
This is what I got, but it's not working...
Func GetButtons() $oButtons = _IEGetObjByName($oForm,"ctl00$bodyPlaceholder$btnFecharProcessamento",-1) $i = 0 While $i <> 1 For $oBtn In $oButtons If _IEFormElementGetValue($oBtn) = "Fechar" And $oBtn.document.style.display = "display: inline-block;" Then $i = 1 _IEAction($oBtn, "focus") _IEAction($oBtn, "click") ExitLoop EndIf Next WEnd EndFunc
I will really appreciate if you could help me with these loop!
I'm new to the forums! Couldn't find any threads covering this issue. Sorry if I'm wrong.
I'm having problems changing the text/value of a input box. The particular box doesn't have a name or id, just: class="jq_hotkeys_enabled form-control".
This class appears multiple times throughout the source, so I don't think It's right to reference that object.
See image 1.
However, I've managed to find a object with the name "ctl00$content$ctrl$ucServiceTime$rpServicetimes$ctl00$edtHiddenResourceHelper" which contains the value of the input box, and the id for the person in the dropdown/combobox left of it. (with "dummy-1" selected).
See image 2.
As you can see the value is 3982,4545 ( name , time )
But when I try to change the value of it by doing:
#include <IE.au3> Local $oIE = _IEAttach(WinGetHandle("[CLASS:IEFrame]"),"embedded") Local $oForm = _IEFormGetObjByName($oIE, "aspnetForm") Local $oInput = _IEFormElementGetObjByName($oForm, "ctl00$content$ctrl$ucServiceTime$rpServicetimes$ctl00$edtHiddenResourceHelper") _IEFormElementSetValue($oInput, "3982,1337") The box doesn't get its new value. I can see in the source that it's changed though.
See image 3.
However, if I do:
#include <IE.au3> Local $oIE = _IEAttach(WinGetHandle("[CLASS:IEFrame]"),"embedded") Local $oForm = _IEFormGetObjByName($oIE, "aspnetForm") Local $oInput = _IEFormElementGetObjByName($oForm, "ctl00$content$ctrl$ucServiceTime$rpServicetimes$ctl00$edtHiddenResourceHelper") _IEFormElementSetValue($oInput, "3982,1337") $oIE.document.parentwindow.execScript("theForm.submit()") ; But it needs to reload the page The box gets its new value after the page reloads by the theForm.submit() function.
This is a bit unfortunate as I want the changes to happen instantly like when I type in the box with the keyboard... or select in the combobox.
Maybe someone knows how I can do this? Looking forward to an answer!
Thanks in advance.
Note: Unfortunately I can't provide with the real URL as it is constricted to employees in the company I work for, but let me know If I should provide anything else.
How can I check if element is focused in Firefox using FF.au3 UDF?
This is my try:
I have prepared a function that checks if the object is focused:
After a lot of try/fails I inserted an alert box in order to display the object being compared.
Here is what I got
The focused object is: [object XULElement]
The object that I send for comparing is [object HTMLInputElement]
Why is that?
I'm playing a bit with the ScriptControl object using as base this example by @genius257.
here is a very simple try, ... but it fails. what I'm doing wrong?