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Hidden command... I go crazy...

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I have did a script to automate one installation but during that the script stop itself because there is a hidden command in active windows. What is the way to unhide, see and use this hidden command? :whistle:

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Sorry for my english

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i don't understand what you want but i can post the image. I hope that this can help us...

In this situation i can click to the Button1...why?

The part of script is :

Winwait ("Scelta della cartella di destinazione")

Winactivate ("Scelta della cartella di destinazione")

sleep (100)

controlclick("Scelta della cartella di destinazione","&Avanti >", 1)

with debugtrayicon i see that script wait this line : Winwait ("Scelta della cartella di destinazione") but this is opened on the video... why???

thank you

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i don't understand what you want but i can post the image. I hope that this can help us...

In this situation i can click to the Button1...why?

The part of script is :

Winwait ("Scelta della cartella di destinazione")

Winactivate ("Scelta della cartella di destinazione")

sleep (100)

controlclick("Scelta della cartella di destinazione","&Avanti >", 1)

with debugtrayicon i see that script wait this line : Winwait ("Scelta della cartella di destinazione") but this is opened on the video... why???

thank you

hm

perhaps try another wintiltematchmode

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 1)     ;1=start, 2=subStr, 3=exact, 4=advanced

greetings mozart90

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

I think you forget the optional 'button'.

ControlClick ( "title", "text", controlID [, button] [, clicks]] )

Try this

controlclick("Scelta della cartella di destinazione","&Avanti >", "",1)oÝ÷ Ø@ÈLêí+ºÚ"µÍÛÛÛÛXÚÊ  ][ÝÔØÙ[H[HØ[HHÝ[^[ÛI][ÝË   ][ÝÉ[Ð][H    ÝÉ][ÝÊ

EDIT: URGH! Forget this post. :whistle: Following post from 'Zedna' is right. Without 'controlID' my exampels aren't executable. I am sorry to have written such a dung! :">

Edited by Briegel

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