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Hello Guys,

I have made a little app that sets the settings I want when I launch it but I need it to check to see if the check box is checked and if not to make sure it is. I have made this up to this point but the checking is something I found difficult. Apparently this value can be found out with Winspy tool but not having alot of luck with it....anyhelp?

#Include<File.au3>

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode")

While 1
    MouseSpeed()
    Sleep(1000)
WEnd
;=======================================Functions================================;
Func MouseSpeed()
    If ProcessWait("UT2004.exe") Then
        ProcessWaitClose("UT2004.exe")
        Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & 'main.cpl', "", @SW_HIDE)
        WinWait("Mouse Properties")
        WinActivate("Mouse Properties")
        Send("+{Tab}")
        Send("{Right 2}{Tab}")
        Send("{Right 5}")
        Send("!a")
        Send("{Esc}")
    EndIf
EndFunc

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

#include <GuiSlider.au3>
Run(@ComSpec & ' /c control main.cpl,@0,2', '', @SW_HIDE)
WinWait("Mouse Properties", "Pointer Options")
$h_slider = ControlGetHandle("Mouse Properties", "Pointer Options", "msctls_trackbar321")
_GUICtrlSliderSetPos($h_slider, _GUICtrlSliderGetRangeMax($h_slider))
If Not ControlCommand("Mouse Properties", "Pointer Options", "Button2", "IsChecked", "") Then
    ControlCommand("Mouse Properties", "Pointer Options", "Button2", "Check", "")
EndIf
ControlClick("Mouse Properties", "Pointer Options", "Button11")
ControlClick("Mouse Properties", "Pointer Options", "Button9")

Edited by gafrost

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#include <GuiSlider.au3>
Run(@ComSpec & ' /c control main.cpl,@0,2', '', @SW_HIDE)
WinWait("Mouse Properties", "Pointer Options")
$h_slider = ControlGetHandle("Mouse Properties", "Pointer Options", "msctls_trackbar321")
_GUICtrlSliderSetPos($h_slider, _GUICtrlSliderGetRangeMax($h_slider))
If Not ControlCommand("Mouse Properties", "Pointer Options", "Button2", "IsChecked", "") Then
    ControlCommand("Mouse Properties", "Pointer Options", "Button2", "Check", "")
EndIf
ControlClick("Mouse Properties", "Pointer Options", "Button11")
ControlClick("Mouse Properties", "Pointer Options", "Button9")
How did you get the button names etc with the tool that comes with autoit or windowspy? Thanks I will check this out. I would love to know how you came up with this because obviously your way is a better way.

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How did you get the button names etc with the tool that comes with autoit or windowspy? Thanks I will check this out. I would love to know how you came up with this because obviously your way is a better way.

The one that comes with autoit.


SciTE for AutoItDirections for Submitting Standard UDFs

 

Don't argue with an idiot; people watching may not be able to tell the difference.

 

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