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Hi everyone,

I have a problem with ControlClick function. It doesn't work no matter how I tried all the possible combination of the parameters.

Below is the scripts of possible parameter combination:

;ControlClick("title","text","controlID ","button","clicks","x","y")
;title= Title, Class, Handle
;controlID= Class, ClassNN, Instance

;Title here is empty when I check it with AutoIt Info
ControlClick("", "", "[ScreenKeyboard::Button18]", "left", "1", "230","890")
ControlClick("", "", "[CLASS:ScreenKeyboard::Button; INSTANCE:18]", "left", "1", "230","890")
ControlClick("", "", "[INSTANCE:18]", "left", "1", "230","890")
;Title here is the Class of the window
ControlClick("[ScreenKeyboard::SKFrame]", "", "[ScreenKeyboard::Button18]", "left", "1", "230","890")
ControlClick("[ScreenKeyboard::SKFrame]", "", "[CLASS:ScreenKeyboard::Button; INSTANCE:18]", "left", "1", "230","890")
ControlClick("[ScreenKeyboard::SKFrame]", "", "[INSTANCE:18]", "left", "1", "230","890")
;Title here is the Handle of the window
ControlClick("[0x000907A0]", "", "[ScreenKeyboard::Button18]", "left", "1", "230","890")
ControlClick("[0x000907A0]", "", "[CLASS:ScreenKeyboard::Button; INSTANCE:18]", "left", "1", "230","890")
ControlClick("[0x000907A0]", "", "[INSTANCE:18]", "left", "1", "230","890")

Am I coding it correctly?

Thanks

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Ah, one of those: I am not going to share all info but still need help?
Have you tried the exact information returned by au3info in both the Title and the Control field?
Other than that you are on your own here.. ;)

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Have you tried the exact information returned by au3info in both the Title and the Control field?

Yes.. I just omit some sensitive information in the script I've posted.

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Ah, one of those: I am not going to share all info but still need help?

Yup, but in the meantime I'm using the MouseClick function as alternative but still prefer the ControlClick.

 

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