i am working on a application where if the flashing is success i get a window saying "SUCCESS" and if the flashing failed a window saying "FAILED" and i have to automatically identify pass or fail.the problem is both the windows are having the same control ID. how can i differentiate between both windows? so that i can make use of that in script for automation///
I'm developing again (everybody ruuun! )
I would like to develope a script that goes through basicly every user control on a window, and log things that happens, and maybe do some screenshots. I did something like this before.
My problem, which I would like to avoid this time (to improve my understanding and skill) , was that when I was unable to get a ControlID or handler or anything, I simply did some math and clicked on the coordinates it should have been (for example, maxing the window, and knowing the initial set up I was ablo to calculate given control position). I know that this is a bad solution for a number of reasons.
Now I got authorization to install autoIT here, and i started to the work, AU3Info was unable to find anything on the window (this could be a problem, since autoIT doesn't see anything on it then, if I understood the help file) So I got the SimpleSpy script (source:
I added a bit of code to the original to display ID as well, what I received is this:
Mouse position is retrieved 115-207
At least we have an element title: [ADD] class: [Button] ID:  (<-- coded this to display ID here as well)
Having the following values for all properties:
Title is: <ADD> Class := <Button> controltype:= <UIA_ButtonControlTypeId> ,<50000> , (0000C350) 10;187;120;35
*** Parent Information top down ***
3: Title is: <Compass> Class := <Window> controltype:= <UIA_WindowControlTypeId> ,<50032> , (0000C370) -8;-8;1936;1056
2: Title is: <> Class := <MainView> controltype:= <UIA_CustomControlTypeId> ,<50025> , (0000C369) 0;23;1920;1017
1: Title is: <> Class := <TileNavigationView> controltype:= <UIA_CustomControlTypeId> ,<50025> , (0000C369) 0;23;1920;967
0: Title is: <> Class := <AreasView> controltype:= <UIA_CustomControlTypeId> ,<50025> , (0000C369) 0;132;1920;858
so far I wrote this script:
WinActivate('Test') ;It works!! :D first official interaction Sleep(1000) ;1 sec sleep to be sure ControlClick('Test', '', '50000') If @error Then MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, 'Error', 'ControlClick error') EndIf Sleep(1000) MsgBox(1,"Tracer message", 'ControlClick has happened') ;MouseClick() ;ControlCommand() AutoIt activates the window, but the click on the given button doesnt happen (I tried to write 50000 without ' ' on ID).
M'I doing the @error part correctly ? (no error Msg has been displayed), sorry I rarely use AutoIT and seems to forget less and less after each neglect, but still I'm far from a proffessional
Any help or suggestion is welcome, thank you for your time and insight!
Trying to map my mouse button 4 (I'm pretty sure it's 4 rather than 5, but I can experiment) to click the back button in a program (screenshot attached). In terms of positioning it sits in the middle of 3 screens if that makes a difference.
I assume I can use something like (though I prob don't need the 1st two lines if using ControlClick?):
WinActivate("ConnectWise v2016.4 (41139)", "Chrome Legacy Window") WinWaitActive("ConnectWise v2016.4 (41139)", "Chrome Legacy Window") ControlClick("ConnectWise v2016.4 (41139)", "Chrome Legacy Window", "[CLASS:Chrome_RenderWidgetHostHWND; INSTANCE:1]", "Left", 1, 0, 30) When I hover my mouse over the button I get the following information in Window Info
>>>> Window <<<< Title: ConnectWise v2016.4 (41139) Class: TabBrowser_MainFrame Position: -8, -8 Size: 1696, 1026 Style: 0x17CF0000 ExStyle: 0x00040100 Handle: 0x0000000000010C56 >>>> Control <<<< Class: Chrome_RenderWidgetHostHWND Instance: 1 ClassnameNN: Chrome_RenderWidgetHostHWND1 Name: Advanced (Class): [CLASS:Chrome_RenderWidgetHostHWND; INSTANCE:1] ID: 315622768 Text: Chrome Legacy Window Position: 0, 30 Size: 1680, 957 ControlClick Coords: 81, 138 Style: 0x56300000 ExStyle: 0x00000020 Handle: 0x0000000000040AC6 >>>> Mouse <<<< Position: 81, 191 Cursor ID: 0 Color: 0x004E7F >>>> StatusBar <<<< >>>> ToolsBar <<<< >>>> Visible Text <<<< ConnectWise: My Calendar Chrome Legacy Window >>>> Hidden Text <<<< Chrome Legacy Window
I want to click on a button that is inside a custom ToolBar on a nonAutoIT created form. I've been using MouseClick but that fails if the toolbar is detached or if the form is resized.
There is no ID associated with the toolbar but there is a handle. I'm thinking that to get the handle I need a ControlID but that only gets me to the toolbar and I'd then need to have a way to identify the position of a button in order to click on it.
I'd found a discussion about identifying the position of a noname button by, I believe, it's Tip text back in December but I can't find it now. Memory is a bit fuzzy on how I even got to the topic because at the time I was searching for something else. I'll continue to search but if anyone has seen the topic, or knows of another solution could you please point me in that direction.
*Spawning a new thread to avoid reopening an Answered question
Might be a lil greedy here, but I would like to know if this is doable:
So now i'm able to access elements within the group...so i have class NN like Button21, Button22, Button23, Static36, Static37,Static 38 etc. I understand that this is Windows driven. Now, assuming i have access to modify the code of the application, Is there anyway i can add hooks to the application code such that i can get custom Class NNs like "ButtonAdd", "ButtonEdit", "ButtonDel", "TextSum", "TextDiff" and so on.
If the answer is yes, what fields must be set in the Application code (developed in C) with standard Windows Controls using Visual Studio..
I'm sure there should be some application developers in here who use AutoIT to test their code.