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I've attached a sample of my code. I'm just starting this version and was trying to check the status of a checkbox. I'm not sure if I am doing a roundabout way of doing this and i could make it simpler. The current version is supposed to check a box and change the status of one box depending so that i can see if it is functioning or not.


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Why not change the line to "If controlcommand(etcetc) = 1 Then"?

Since it's giving an error, what else did you try?


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Why would you send a screenshot and not the text of the script?  You have a very easy to fix issue, but you are forcing me to need to read your image, and type it myself.

Hint: you don't have close parenthesis on wingettitle

Hint2: Wingettitle is redundant in that situation...you can just use the CLASS...like "[CLASS:Your_windows_class_here]"

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