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Why doesn't the function "_IETableWriteToArray" read the TH's inside a table ? or should it do ?

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Why doesn't the function "_IETableWriteToArray" read the TH's inside a table ? or should it do ?

Thnx for the help

Hmmm. Good question.

TH cells are so very rarely used this is an oversight on my part.

I will change this in the next release of IE.au3.

The fix is simple and requires two occurances of this line:

$tds = $tr.GetElementsByTagName ("td")oÝ÷ ÚÚyÈZ¶aÉb殶­s`b33c·FG2Òb33c·G"æ6VÆÇ0

in _IETableWriteToArray()

You can safely make this change in your copy of IE.au3 if it is critical for you.

thanks,

Dale


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Hmmm. Good question.

TH cells are so very rarely used this is an oversight on my part.

I will change this in the next release of IE.au3.

The fix is simple and requires two occurances of this line:

$tds = $tr.GetElementsByTagName ("td")oÝ÷ ÚÚyÈZ¶aÉb殶­s`b33c·FG2Òb33c·G"æ6VÆÇ0

in _IETableWriteToArray()

You can safely make this change in your copy of IE.au3 if it is critical for you.

thanks,

Dale

Dale,

Thnx for the quick response. Will try the fix soon what you suggested.

Thnx

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