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Seth27

I have a question.

With a script I start my firefox or Internet Explorer.

The page www.blubber.de should be started.

Then another process should be started.

My question:

How can I describe my programm, that it has to wait, until www.blubber.de is completly loaded.

I don't want to use sleep() or winwait() because it is to inexactly.

sleep: sometimes it takes to long and sometimes you have to wait a lot of time.

winwait: sometimes you have the same process in a window with the same title.

Is there a command to use for it?

I hope you know what I mean.

Thank you!

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Valuater

IE.au3 Library is built into the latest Autoit beta

#include <IE.au3>

$oIE = _IECreate ("www.blubber.de")

Run( "Myprogram.exe")

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Seth27

Oh sorry, I think, that I don't describe it very well.

I mean www.blubber.de should be loaded and then another process on www.blubber.de should be started.

Www.blubber.de should be loaded completly and then the next task is it to search something on the website.

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Valuater

Oh sorry, I think, that I don't describe it very well.

I mean www.blubber.de should be loaded and then another process on www.blubber.de should be started.

Www.blubber.de should be loaded completly and then the next task is it to search something on the website.

I'm not sure Autoit can do what you are after. There is only a "very Little" information on that web page....

are you looking for a user to be able to search?... or you want a "program" on the computer to search?

Everyone that searches that web page would need to have this "program" ran from thier individual computer

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