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[AutoIt Beta] _IEClickLinkByText, what the... ?

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I have this snippet:

$o_Dana = _IEFrameGetObjByName($oIE, "DanaContent")

_IELinkClickByText ($o_Dana, "Terug")

$o_Dana = _IEFrameGetObjByName($oIE, "DanaContent")

_IELinkClickByText ($o_Dana, ">>", $i)

This is in a for loop.

What this should do, is that it first clicks "Terug" (means back in dutch) which is a link that is on the page, and then, when it is finished loading, click on the $i instance of ">>". But what it does, is that it clicks on "Terug" but when it is finished loading, it clicks on Terug again (because there is also a "Terug" link on that page).

I don't understand why! :S

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It sounds like it is unable to find the ">>" link. Are you using SciTE? If so when you run the script does it give any errors in the console?

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Does no one have a solution?

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Does no one have a solution?

A bump after less than 4 hours is really unnecessary - especially if you consider timezones and that there are a lot of people active in this forum who do not live in yours.

There is no reason that the code logic you describe would click Back twice. I suggest you use SciTe to add trace lines, put in some Sleep commands etc. and watch the script execute and validate your logic.

Dale


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