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unhide hidden IE window

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Hey, I've created a hidden window object using

$oIE = _IECreate($url, 0, 0)

i want to toggle the 'hide' feature with a hotkey. However, i noticed that there is no such property in IEPropertySet and I havent been able to find one anywhere else. Anyone able to help?


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HI,

you may try WinSetState in addition to WinTitleMatchMode

So long,

Mega


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Hey, I've created a hidden window object using

$oIE = _IECreate($url, 0, 0)

i want to toggle the 'hide' feature with a hotkey. However, i noticed that there is no such property in IEPropertySet and I havent been able to find one anywhere else. Anyone able to help?

_IEAction was written prior to _IEPropertySet and it is there instead:

_IEAction($oIE, "visible")

Dale


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looked in the IE.au3 src and found it, thanks anyway.


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