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I'm trying to use mouseclick in a panel above.  I want to click on a list item, such as 'Estimated'.  (I've given up on trying to use control click for this).  I'm using window info coordinates from 'Control' tab.

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; click 'Columns'
WinActivate("Innovaya Studio with Sage (Archtectural 2017_V1.invx")
MouseClick("primary", 292, 88, 1, 1)
WinActivate("Select Browsing Properties")
Sleep(1000)
MouseClick("primary", 27, 70, 0,0)
Sleep(2000)
Send("{TAB}{TAB}{TAB}{TAB}{TAB}")
Sleep(1000)
Send("{ENTER}")


ControlClick(

But when I used the code Autoit doesn't click where the coordinates are.  In the scipts it is the second MouseClick that won't work.  Any ideas?

Edited by JNutt

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13 minutes ago, JNutt said:

I've given up on trying to use control click for this

Some additional background details might help here. Also, there are other built-in functions for dealing with listboxes. Have you tried _GUICtrlListBox_SelectString along with _GUICtrlListBox_ClickItem or _GUICtrlListView_SetItemSelected?

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The app is windows desktop .net.  Someone mentioned before that it may contains a lot of custom widgets, so it seems getting info is difficult.  What other details would be helpful? Like I said I'm a noob here.  Thanks for your help.

I have info from inspect.exe also:

How found:    Focus
RuntimeId:    "[42.3477674.2.2]"
BoundingRectangle:    {l:469 t:404 r:669 b:421}
ProcessId:    11556
ControlType:    UIA_ListItemControlTypeId (0xC357)
LocalizedControlType:    "list item"
Name:    "Estimated"
HasKeyboardFocus:    true
IsKeyboardFocusable:    true
IsEnabled:    true
IsOffscreen:    false
FrameworkId:    "WinForm"
ProviderDescription:    "[pid:11556,hwnd:0x0 Annotation:Microsoft: Annotation Proxy (unmanaged:UIAutomationCore.dll); Main(parent link):Microsoft: ListView Item Proxy (unmanaged:UIAutomationCore.dll)]"
SelectionItem.IsSelected:    true
 

 

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I'd suggest to not use ui automation efl.  people are too quick to suggest that when the controls are standard ones.   use the ones dan recommended.  use controlgethandle to set the variable to pass into them.


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Identifying controls is more complex, but once found, the standard and _gui functions are going to save a ton of time relative the IUIAutomation.  When you can consistently determine the control handles to manipulate in a winform, then you can automate most any application easily.


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Hello I did something similar time ago. You could do something like this.

#include <GuiListView.au3>
#include <WinAPISysWin.au3>


Local $sItemTextToSelect="Luis" ;set item's text to search
Local $sWindowTitle="Form1"     ;set your correct windows title

Local $hWindow = WinActivate($sWindowTitle) ;activate the window
Local $sListViewClassNN = _MakeNetClassNN($hWindow, "SysListView32", "1") ;get Control classNN Make sure set correct list view Instance Index
ConsoleWrite("$sListViewClassNN: " & $sListViewClassNN & @CRLF)

Local $hListView = ControlGetHandle($hWindow, "", $sListViewClassNN) ;get control handle
ConsoleWrite("$hListView: " & $hListView & @CRLF)

Local $iCount = _GUICtrlListView_GetItemCount($hListView) ;get item count (just for testing)
ConsoleWrite("$iCount: " & $iCount & @CRLF)

Local $iFoundItem = _GUICtrlListView_FindText($hListView, $sItemTextToSelect) ;search/match item text
If $iFoundItem > -1 Then
    ConsoleWrite("Item Found Index: " & $iFoundItem & @CRLF)
    _GUICtrlListView_SetItemSelected($hListView, $iFoundItem) ;select the item
EndIf



Func _MakeNetClassNN($hWnd, $sControlType, $sIndexNN)
    Local $iLess = (StringRegExp($sControlType, "STATIC|EDIT|BUTTON|b|Window.b|SysListView32")) ? 0 : 2
    Local $sStringClass = _WinAPI_GetClassName($hWnd)
    Local $sStringWin = StringMid($sStringClass, 1, StringInStr($sStringClass, "."))
    Return $sStringWin & $sControlType & StringMid($sStringClass, StringInStr($sStringClass, ".app") - $iLess) & $sIndexNN
EndFunc   ;==>_MakeNetClassNN

Saludos

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