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    • By sandokanfirst
      Quick description: I'm building an application for a friend who wants to quit the use of Picasa but is reluctant because of the customised order of his pictures. The only way I know how to retain the custom order is to export all folders (and/or albums) managed by Picasa.
      I suppose the quick question is whether the way to trap messages for a window and/or control of your own making (GUI) is fundamentally different from trapping it for windows in a third party GUI. If that makes sense.
      My wizard style application has grown steadily but mainly slowly I found out that almost none of the parts of Picasa are recognisable Windows controls. (according to Au3Info and several other detection tools I've tried) So far, I've managed to work around that by reading and writing values to the registry w/ regard to export size, export location and quality.
      However. the final step appears to be the most difficult for me. What I tried to do is for the user to indicate two folders by double clicking on them. (Those two folders represent the range of folders that have to be exported). On this forum I found a contribution by Rasim to subclass a Window and replace the Windows procedure by a new one; see https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/76841-detect-double-click-on-edit-box/ Here is his code to detect a double click in an edit control:
      $hGUI = GUICreate("Test GUI", 300, 200) $edit = GUICtrlCreateEdit("", 10, 10, 280, 180) $wProcHandle = DllCallbackRegister("_WindowProc", "ptr", "hwnd;uint;wparam;lparam") $wProcOld = _WinAPI_SetWindowLong(GUICtrlGetHandle($edit), $GWL_WNDPROC, DllCallbackGetPtr($wProcHandle)) GUISetState() Do Until GUIGetMsg() = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE GUIDelete($hGui) DllCallbackFree($wProcHandle) Func _WindowProc($hWnd, $Msg, $wParam, $lParam) Switch $hWnd Case GUICtrlGetHandle($edit) Switch $Msg Case $WM_LBUTTONDBLCLK ConsoleWrite("-> Left mouse double click" & @LF) Return 0 EndSwitch EndSwitch Local $aRet = DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "CallWindowProc", "ptr", $wProcOld, _ "hwnd", $hWnd, "uint", $Msg, "wparam", $wParam, "lparam", $lParam) Return $aRet[0] EndFunc The(/a) fundamental difference between this code and my program is that I try to do the same with Picasa and that that is not a GUI created in AutoIt. So instead of GUICtrlGetHandle($edit), I call the above function with the Picasa window handle. However, it doesn't work. Neither does Notepad if I pass its handle. I'm sure I express myself rather clumsily, but is it imperative to create and address your own GUI if you want to detect a double click in a third party program? Why wouldn't the above code work when automating a non AutoIt GUI?
      Cheers,
      Sando
      PS (Edit): I'm sure there are smarter ways to achieve what I want in Picasa, but I'm also really interested in AutoIts working. I was a Delphi developer in the past, and although i see quite a few similarities, especially between Koda and the IDE, I've also come to realise how much we Delphi developers have been shielded from the intricacies of Windows and its frameworks. I find AutoIt fascinating, and incredibly useful.
    • By littleboy62
      Hello.
       
      For a project of a tool, I have to launch a program.
      This one: Display Properties control (run desk.cpl)
      I have to resize it, so we can see what's necessary.

      I'm getting there.
      The problem is that there is a drop-down menu: so I want to disable it.
      How to do this?

      I already did a test with the notepad. By deactivating the "close" button.
      Here is the code:
       
      Run("Notepad.exe") WinWait("[CLASS:Notepad]") $Hwnd = WinGetHandle("[CLASS:Notepad]") $menu = DllCall("user32.dll","hwnd","GetSystemMenu","hwnd", $Hwnd, "int",0) DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "RemoveMenu", "hwnd", $menu[0] , "int", 0xF060, "int", 0x0);SC_CLOSE MsgBox(0,'',1) $menu = DllCall("user32.dll","hwnd","GetSystemMenu","hwnd", $Hwnd, "int",1) DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "RemoveMenu", "hwnd", $menu[0] , "int", 0xF060, "int", 0x0);SC_CLOSE
      I would like to do the same, but with the drop-down menu (with DllCall).
      Is it possible to disable / block (or other) the drop-down menu of a program?

      Thank you for your answers.
      Sincerely,
      Thomas.
    • By FrancescoDiMuro
      Good morning everyone

      I'm trying to build, and, first of all, understand, how a Virtual ListView works.
      By now, I've already downloaded all the samples from Virtual List View samples provided by @LarsJ, but I still don't understand few things.
      What I understood by now, is that the Virtual ListView doesn't need to be filled by object like Items, because it use directly the source to display the data.
      I've already understood that the $LVN_ODCACHEHINT Notification Code does provide the range of the items to be displayed, but I don't understand how to fill $iFrom and $iTo which are in the $NMLVCACHEHINT, or who fill them.
      And, "finally", I understood that the $LVN_GETDISPINFO is used to fill the ListView with "items".
      Can someone please explain to me how do these Virtual ListView controls work?
      Thanks in advance.


      Best Regards.

       
    • By Monica
      Hi guys!! I'm going crazy... please help me -.-
      First, open the attached screenshot. Second: I'd like to grab info from external window. The program is "Metatrader4", a tool for trading and charts analysis.
      The function _GUICtrlListView_GetItemText() return an empty string! I tried to change the index $index (the second parameter) into Number($index), as recommended by other similar posts in this forum, but this did not solve my problem 
      Well, why I'm going mad? Because in my mind an UDF approach works great or it does not work at all; instead, in my code something works and something else does not. I really don't understand why... and you?
      THXX!!!!  
      $handle=ControlGetHandle("Expert - "&$expertname,"",1383);List: Variable|Value For $i=0 To _GUICtrlListView_GetItemCount($handle)-1;WORKS!!! $temp=_GUICtrlListView_GetItemText($handle,0+$i);RETURN EMPTY STRING :-( MsgBox(0, "", $temp) $temp = _GUICtrlListView_GetItemSelected($handle,$i);WORKS!!! MsgBox(0, "", $temp) Next  

    • By dejhost
      Hi everybody,
      I have troubles using the function "GUISetCursor" properly.
      My script generates a small GUI and opens an image in IrfanView. If the user hits the button "$p_coord" on the GUI, the GUI shall be hidden, IrfanView shall become active and the mousepointer shall turn into a cross (as long hovering over IrfanView). Once clicked into IrfanView, the cursor shall turn into a nordinary mousepointer again.
      Unfortunately, the cross doesn't appear until the user clicks into IrfanView manually. Then the mousepointer changes for the duration of the click into the cross. Can anybody tell why this is happening?
      Here is the relevant code:
      GUISetState(@SW_SHOW, $hGUI) ;the autoit gui is hidden ; Loop until the user exits: While 1 Switch GUIGetMsg() Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE ExitLoop Case $p_coord WinSetState("Bicon Coordinator","",@SW_HIDE) ;the autoit gui is hidden $Handle = WinActivate ( "IrfanView") ; IrfanView is activated GUISetCursor (15,1,$Handle) ;Cursor should be turned into a cross - this is what fails :-( While 1 If _IsPressed ("01", $hDLL) Then ;Once a mousclick by the user is performed... GUISetCursor (2) EndIf EndSwitch WEnd  
      dejhost
       
       
       
       
       
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