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Should I Be Able To Controlclick This?

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Quoted below is the AutoIt Window Info. Should I be able to Control Click the Control under the mouse? I tried some code, and it didn't work, any ideas?

Func Control_Click ()

ControlClick ( "ACT!", "", "#327703", "left", 4 )

EndFunc

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>>>>>>>>>>>> Window Details <<<<<<<<<<<<<

Title: ACT! - [Mike - Contacts]

Class: ACT3.0FrameClass

Size: X: -4 Y: -4 W: 1032 H: 723

>>>>>>>>>>> Mouse Details <<<<<<<<<<<

Screen: X: 80 Y: 564

Cursor ID: 2

>>>>>>>>>>> Pixel Color Under Mouse <<<<<<<<<<<

RGB: Hex: 0xC6C3C6 Dec: 13026246

>>>>>>>>>>> Control Under Mouse <<<<<<<<<<<

Size: X: 72 Y: 500 W: 938 H: 85

Control ID:

ClassNameNN: #327703

Text:

Style: 0x50800044

ExStyle: 0x00000000

(Control is hidden)

>>>>>>>>>>> Status Bar Text <<<<<<<<<<<

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>>>>>>>>>>> Visible Window Text <<<<<<<<<<<

Mike - Contacts

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>>>>>>>>>>> Hidden Window Text <<<<<<<<<<<

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Well you don't have a controlID to click (you're using ClassNameNN), so that's why it doesn't work. I'm not too sure about it, but try using the "class=" stuff with WinTitleMatchMode of 4.

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Well you don't have a controlID to click (you're using ClassNameNN), so that's why it doesn't work. I'm not too sure about it, but try using the "class=" stuff with WinTitleMatchMode of 4.

I tried this, with no luck. Any other ideas, or did I do it wrong?

Func Control_Click ()
    Opt ("WinTitleMatchMode", 4)
    $var = "class=#327703"
ControlClick ( "ACT!", "", $var, "left", 4 )
EndFunc

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Well that isn't a class.. the class would be "class=ACT3.0FrameClass". Try "ClassNameNN=#327703".. but I'm still not sure about it.

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You can use the ClassNameNN as the ControlID in most circumstances. But in your instance, the Conrol is Hidden. Might try to use it as:

ControlShow('ACT!', '', '#327703')
ControlFocus('ACT!', '', '#327703')
ControlClick('ACT!', '', '#327703', 'left', 4)
And see if that works.

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You can use the ClassNameNN as the ControlID in most circumstances. But in your instance, the Conrol is Hidden. Might try to use it as:

ControlShow('ACT!', '', '#327703')
ControlFocus('ACT!', '', '#327703')
ControlClick('ACT!', '', '#327703', 'left', 4)
And see if that works.
Well, I tried both of these with no luck. Any more ideas?

Opt ("WinTitleMatchMode", 4)
    $var = "ClassNameNN=#327703"
    ControlShow( "ACT!", "", "#327703")
    ControlFocus( "ACT!", "", "#327703")
    ControlClick("ACT!", "", "#327703", "left", 4)

Opt ("WinTitleMatchMode", 4)
    $var = "ClassNameNN=#327703"
    ControlShow( "ACT!", "", $var)
    ControlFocus( "ACT!", "", $var)
    ControlClick("ACT!", "", $var, "left", 4)

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