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Auto(it)-Co(ntrolled)Re(corder)

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Ok, maybe I'm just a little bit exited since it bothered be to copy between Au3Info and Scite, but here is my new little recorder. Now, it just supports a few commands, but it seemed to me that it fits to do most "rollout"-installations. You can add missing functions later or post additions.

Maybe I'll add more help and other functions, (or add an automatic test) but for now I just would like to know what you think of the concept. :)

- you can get windowtitles and controls by mousepos

- you can select the text by a combobox

- you can just click some buttons to create a listview entry, delete them, test them

- you can resize the gui to save screenspace.

- you can get "autoit-syntax" if you press Clipboard

The Output looks like this:

ControlClick("Auto-Co(ntroled)Re(ecorder)", "Windows", "Edit4")
ControlSend("Auto-Co(ntroled)Re(ecorder)", "Windows", "Edit4", "test")
WinWaitActive("Auto-Co(ntroled)Re(ecorder)", "Windows")
WinWaitClose("Auto-Co(ntroled)Re(ecorder)", "Windows")
WinClose("Auto-Co(ntroled)Re(ecorder)", "Windows")
Send("test")

Here's the code and a screenshot.

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Auto_Core.au3

Edited by dabus

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Suggest you post as a file attachment. Cut and paste out of a CODEBOX has line wrap issues.

Dale


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Hmm, ok. May take some time, since it's on the server at work. :)

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