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Problem Copying From Clibard

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I am running the following script:

ClipPut("Clipboard has been nulled on Start of AutoIT" )

If i exit here and look at the clipboard by pasting my self i get:

Clipboard has been nulled on Start of AutoIT

ControlSend($SIBEL_WIN_TITLE, "", "DataTbl1", "{TAB}+{TAB}^c")

Local $ScriptName = ClipGet()

If i exit here and look at the clipboard and / or the value of $ScriptName i get:

1

this is driving me totaly insaine, and i cant work out what is going on.

also if i perform the same actions myself i get the value i want which is

JUP External Credit Vet Smart Script

please help my boss wants this code by friday and i fear for my sanity is there a know problem with the get clipboard function ? also i am donig many other copys and pasts to the DataTbl1 class in other scripts and it works fine. whats going on !!!

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I am running the following script:

ClipPut("Clipboard has been nulled on Start of AutoIT" )

If i exit here and look at the clipboard by pasting my self i get:

Clipboard has been nulled on Start of AutoIT

ControlSend($SIBEL_WIN_TITLE, "", "DataTbl1", "{TAB}+{TAB}^c")

Local $ScriptName = ClipGet()

If i exit here and look at the clipboard and / or the value of $ScriptName i get:

1

this is driving me totaly insaine, and i cant work out what is going on.

also if i perform the same actions myself i get the value i want which is

JUP External Credit Vet Smart Script

please help my boss wants this code by friday and i fear for my sanity is there a know problem with the get clipboard function ? also i am donig many other copys and pasts to the DataTbl1 class in other scripts and it works fine. whats going on !!!

"{TAB}+{TAB}^c"

so you do a TAB , then a SHift TAB and then Ctrl+C (Copy)

How did you select the texth that you want to Copy ??

I would expect something like Shift+END or something ....


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