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Still Problems With("security Warning","you Are About To Install A Cer")

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Hey, I have posted quite i few times about this problem. It seems as this problem does not want to be solved.

Some times my autoscritp click at the right button but most of the times it does not. it seems like this security warning window is very difficult to autoscript. I have tried following

if WinExists("Security Warning","You are about to install a cer") Then
                     WinWait("Security Warning","You are about to install a cer")
                     if NOT WinActive ( 'Security Warning', 'You are about to install a cer' ) then
                         WinActivate ( 'Security Warning' )
                         endif
                     Send("{ALTDOWN}y{ALTUP}")
                    ;ControlClick("Security Warning","You are about to install a cer","Button1")
                 EndIf

or

if WinExists("Security Warning","You are about to install a cer") Then
                     WinWait("Security Warning","You are about to install a cer")
                     if NOT WinActive ( 'Security Warning', 'You are about to install a cer' ) then
                         WinActivate ( 'Security Warning' )
                         endif
                                          sleep(2000)                   
                                          Send("{ALTDOWN}y{ALTUP}")
                                          sleep(2000)
                    ;ControlClick("Security Warning","You are about to install a cer","Button1")
                 EndIf

I have also tried other combinations like send +tab enter

please help me out I have no clue what so ever what is wrong.

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Next time - please locate your old posts and add what is called a "bump" to that thread. Just post a reply to the end of it with something like "anyone?"... That will bump it to the top of the forum for those who happen to be on to see.

...you only have a few posts for me to dig thru:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...ndpost&p=165588

...and that mentions some of what you have tried - it is a good history.

Might I suggest that you copy/paste the contents of the "AutoIt Window Info" for the window of interest into your next post? (post it to that other thread - let this one die...)


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uhmmmmm why is the control click commeneted?

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uhmmmmm why is the control click commeneted?

because it did not work and he was using Send("{ALTDOWN}y{ALTUP}")

he left it in the code to show what had been tried - just my guess :-)


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Send('!y') might be better there?


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so much for "let this one die..."

I should have posted to the first thread...

I did not see in that other post (or this one) where ControlFocus was tried before ControlClick.

From the help file for ControlClick:

The control might first need to be given focus with the ControlFocus command.

If that does not work, post the contents of the info window.

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