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ControlClick ("Save As", "Address: C:\Users\mskel", "[CLASSNN:ToolbarWindow324]", "left", 8, 14)
Send ("C:\Users\mskel\Desktop\Tiltinimai\")
ControlSend("", "", "", GUICtrlRead($SEKT))
Send ("{ENTER}")

Trying to use this code to select and enter specific folder for my sreen capture. It was working for a while and now it doesnt i dont know maybe i do something wrong...

Code is trying to click on field where you can enter Adress and then put Adress in it but it doesnt work, maybe there is better way to do it?

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Checked a lot of examples and found what i need finally... 

#include <GuiToolbar.au3>
#Include <File.au3>


Func _Change_SaveAs_Diaglog_FolderPath()

    Local $aTitle = '[CLASS:Notepad; TITLE:Untitled - Notepad]'
    ControlSetText($aTitle,'','Edit1','new line.')

    Local $AddressPath = 'C:\_DOC\_TEXT'
    Local $aFileName = 'New File.txt'
    ClipPut($AddressPath)                   ;for  Option 1

    Local $SaveAsTitle = '[CLASS:#32770; TITLE:Save As]'

# I.a

    ;get 'Save As' window handle
    Local $hWnd = WinWaitActive($SaveAsTitle, '&Save', 10)

# I.b

    ;get Address Bar handle for $AddressPath
    Local $hTollbars = ControlGetHandle($hWnd, 'Address', '[CLASSNN:ToolbarWindow324]')

# II - IMPORTANT: Address Bar must be infocus in order to activate Edit2 to set $AddressPath in step (IV)
       ;Option 2 or 3 is highly recommended

    # ;Option 1 - Select ToolbarWindow32 - Address Bar (work around -not recomended)
;~      ControlFocus($hTollbars, 'Address', '')
;~      ControlSend($hTollbars, 'Address', '','{SPACE}')
;~      Send('^v{ENTER}')

    # ;Option 2 - Select ToolbarWindow32 - Address Bar (same as Option 3)
        ControlCommand($hTollbars, "Address", "", "SendCommandID", 1280)

    # ;Option 3 - Select ToolbarWindow32 - Address Bar (same as Option 2)
;~      ControlCommand($hWnd, "Address", "ToolbarWindow324", "SendCommandID", 1280)

    # ;Option 4 - Select ToolbarWindow32 - Address Bar (mouse pointer also relocated)
;~      _GUICtrlToolbar_ClickIndex($hTollbars, -1,'Left',True,1,0)

    # ;Option 5 - Select ToolbarWindow32 - Address Bar (this simulate as Run, NOT RunWait if your project required it - NOT Recommended)
;~      Run(@AutoItExe & ' /AutoIt3ExecuteLine "ControlCommand ( hwnd(' & $hWnd & '),'''', hwnd(' & $hTollbars & '), ''SendCommandID'', 1280 )"')

        ;check if path $AddressPath exists
        If Not FileExists($AddressPath) Then DirCreate($AddressPath)

# IV
        ;set new path
        ControlSetText($hWnd, "Address", 'Edit2', $AddressPath)
;~      ControlFocus($hTollbars,'Address','')

# V
        ;commit new Path
        ControlSend($hWnd, "Address", 'Edit2','{ENTER}')

# VI
        ;set new file name
        ControlSetText($hWnd, "Namespace", "Edit1", $aFileName)

        ;allow manual keypress {SPACE} or {ENTER} to save/cancel
;~      ControlFocus($hWnd,'&Save','Button1')
;~      ControlFocus($hWnd,'Cancel','Button2')

        ;auto click save/cancel
;~      ControlClick($hWnd,"&Save", 'Button1','Left')
;~      ControlClick($hWnd,"Cancel", 'Button2','Left')

# IX
    # ---OR--- skip all above steps and use this work around
;~  ControlSetText($hWnd, "Namespace", "Edit1", $AddressPath&'\'&$aFileName)



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