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Is it possible to click on a radio?

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode",4)

$handle=WinGetHandle("classname=MsiDialogCloseClass","")
If @error Then
    MsgBox(0+16,"ERROR","Could not find correct window.")
    Exit
EndIf

ControlCommand($handle,"I &accept the terms in the license agreement",4110,"Check","")

I bet there is noway to ''Check'' this radio, except "MouseClick()" but it needs to be hided.

If there isnt a way, then im gonna laugh till i piss in my pants.

Edited by Zerocool

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Well, are you trying to click on a radio in your own GUI? if so, just do this:

GUICtrlSetData($radio,$GUI_CHECKED)

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Opt("WinTitleMatchMode",4)

$handle=WinGetHandle("classname=MsiDialogCloseClass","")
If @error Then
    MsgBox(0+16,"ERROR","Could not find correct window.")
    Exit
EndIf

ControlCommand($handle,"I &accept the terms in the license agreement",4110,"Check","")

I bet there is noway to ''Check'' this radio, except "MouseClick()" but it needs to be hided.

If there isnt a way, then im gonna laugh till i piss in my pants.

ControlClick ( "classname=MsiDialogCloseClass", "", 4110 , "left" )

That work?

or

ControlCommand ( "classname=MsiDialogCloseClass", "", 4110, "Check" , "" )

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Nothing works, of this

If ControlCommand($handle,"&Remove",624,"IsChecked","") = 0 Then
    ControlCommand($handle,"&Remove",624,"Check","")
EndIf

Doesnt work aswell.

hahahahahaha i never seen this really, a script language that cant click on a radio button 8)

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Nothing works, of this

If ControlCommand($handle,"&Remove",624,"IsChecked","") = 0 Then
    ControlCommand($handle,"&Remove",624,"Check","")
EndIf

Doesnt work aswell.

hahahahahaha i never seen this really, a script language that cant click on a radio button 8)

Obviously, you haven't seen the help file either.

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Obviously, you haven't seen the help file either.

its a setup.MSI

if you know what MSI is, then you would know that it IS A STANDARD MICROSOFT CONTROL

Edited by Zerocool

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did you try the AutoIt window info tool to get a id on the control? Usually, but not always, you should be able to Id the control. From the helpfile:

One of the best new features with AutoIt v3 is the ability to work directly with certain types of Window Controls. Almost everything you see on a window is a control of some kind: buttons, listboxes, edit fields, static text are all controls. In fact Notepad is just one big "Edit" control! Because AutoIt works directly with a control they provide a more reliable way to automate than just sending keystrokes.

Note: AutoIt only works with standard Microsoft controls - some applications write their own custom controls which may look like a standard MS control but may resist automation. Experiment!

Using the AutoIt Window Info Tool you can move your mouse around the window you are interested in and you will be given information of the control that is currently under your mouse. Information on controls is given in a number of ways, these are:

Control ID

ClassNameNN

Text

Control Handle (HWND) (Not available in AutoIt Window Info Tool - see below)

Whenever you see a Control...() command expecting a ControlID parameter (most of them) you can use any one of these methods. The method you choose will vary by personal preference and the information you are able to retrieve from the AutoIt Window Info Tool. In general, the best method to use is the Control ID, with the other methods being used when a Control ID is not available or is not unique (usually with static text each piece of text actually has the same Control ID so you will need to use one of the other methods to work with those controls).

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There is nothing wrong with the controls.

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its a setup.MSI

if you know what MSI is, then you would know that it IS A STANDARD MICROSOFT CONTROL

If you can get focus on the radio then just use Send("{space}")

PS.

It is possible to write custom pages for an MSI installer package so it may NOT be a standard MS control.


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