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Sending Mouseclick to checkbox with Sub-checkboxes

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I'm testing automating an uninstall of AutoCAD using AutoCAD's own uninstall tool. When I'm selecting what components to remove clicking on the top-level parent checkbox selects all of the child checkboxes below automatically. When I use AutoIT to send a mouseclick to that checkbox, however, it only selects the parent. The child boxes remain unchecked. Is there something I'm missing or have I found an incompatibility?

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Hi @racshade42, and welcome to the AutoIt forum :)
Post the code you are working with, so we can see how we can help you.


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I'm literally just testing the commands at the moment. This happens whether Just send a tab to highlight the box and then send a space to check it or if I use the co-ordinates and send a click.

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Take a look at Control* functions instead of automating your application with MouseClicks and so on... :)

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