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Trouble installaing PowerArchiver with au3 script

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croutz

Hello,

I'm trying to automate the installation of PowerArchiver 9.62.3.0 with AutoIt V3. At the end of the installation, program give the 2 following choices:

- Run PowerArchiver 2006

- What's New

I want to desactivate both of them but I can't reach them by programing. AutoIt Active Window Info doesn't give me the handles to reach these fields. So how can I do this ?

Thanks,

Regards,

D. Croutz.

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JSThePatriot

Hello,

I'm trying to automate the installation of PowerArchiver 9.62.3.0 with AutoIt V3. At the end of the installation, program give the 2 following choices:

- Run PowerArchiver 2006

- What's New

I want to desactivate both of them but I can't reach them by programing. AutoIt Active Window Info doesn't give me the handles to reach these fields. So how can I do this ?

Thanks,

Regards,

D. Croutz.

First things first... wrong forum. This is Scripts and Scraps. This post should be in the support forum.

In answer to your question: Unfortunately you will have to use what some would call a "dirty workaround". Look in the helpfile for the Send() function. You I am sure can send the proper keyboard commands (TAB to get there and SPACE to disable) to do the job for you.

JS


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Guest BinaryVision

The sending of spaces is a common workaround for these type of scripts. You may also have to use a combination of TABs and SPACEs when selecting an item in a customized tree list.

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