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Send() not working in npad example

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I was trying out the tutorial script npad, which was working great, except the final line of code Send("!n") does not work. The message box comes up, but the yes button is highlighted and it just hangs there. I have noticed there is an icon on the taskbar, and when I right click on it, it shows the script is paused. Can anyone tell me what I have done wrong? I wasn't able to find anything in the help on pausing or unpausing a script - Thanks!

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Well, what language is your OS ? If it's non-English you will have to modify it to the corresponding titles

and text. Regarding the pause-issue, the script isn't paused before you actually click the tray-icon, so

there's nothing wrong there.

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Well, what language is your OS ? If it's non-English you will have to modify it to the corresponding titles

and text. Regarding the pause-issue, the script isn't paused before you actually click the tray-icon, so

there's nothing wrong there.

I am using Windows XP Pro - English. This is a complete copy of the code I typed:

Run ("notepad.exe")

WinWaitActive ("Untitled - Notepad")

Send ("This is some text")

Winclose ("Untitled - Notepad")

WinWaitActive ("Notepad", "The text in the Unititled file has changed")

Send("!n")

The code just before the last Send executes beautifully. Any ideas what I am doing wrong?

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Perhaps adding a small sleep before the "!n" ?


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Perhaps adding a small sleep before the "!n" ?

I'm sorry to sound so dense, but what do you mean? Or was that a haha?

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I'm sorry to sound so dense, but what do you mean? Or was that a haha?

Of course it wasn't a haha. I just ment that perhaps the script requires a short sleep (as in a "wait") before it presses ALT+N, so like this:

Run ("notepad.exe")
WinWaitActive ("Untitled - Notepad")
Send ("This is some text")
Winclose ("Untitled - Notepad")
WinWaitActive ("Notepad", "The text in the Untitled file has changed")
Sleep(250)
Send("!n")

Kurt


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It is exact sience:

you have:

WinWaitActive ("Notepad", "The text in the Unititled file has changed")

should be

WinWaitActive ("Notepad", "The text in the Untitled file has changed")


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Unititled ? How about Untitled instead ? :)

WinWaitActive ("Notepad", "The text in the Untitled file has changed")

If you copied that script directly from the helpfile without modifying it then you might have a old version

of AutoIt installed, where this typo hadn't been fixed.

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Of course it wasn't a haha. I just ment that perhaps the script requires a short sleep (as in a "wait") before it presses ALT+N, so like this:

Run ("notepad.exe")
WinWaitActive ("Untitled - Notepad")
Send ("This is some text")
Winclose ("Untitled - Notepad")
WinWaitActive ("Notepad", "The text in the Untitled file has changed")
Sleep(250)
Send("!n")

Kurt

Sorry, I didn't know there was a sleep command. Anyway, I inserted that command and it is still doing the same thing. By the way, why does the script add an icon to the tray and not remove it when the script finishes (which it may not be doing?)

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Thanks everyone. I didn't notice the typo. Once I corrected it, it ran beautifully. Is there any place where I can get more sample code to help me learn the commands? Thanks again!

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