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Reading and Entering data to Inactive Window

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Sixtogus

Heollo guys I have been trying to read some pixels and use some functions from an inactive window but i havent been able to can someone please giveme a hint how to do this. I already used Control to send keystrokes, strings etc. just wondering on how to read pixels from an in active window. Thanks

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McGod

There are some functions that do some more vast pixelsearching(Checking example scripts) but other then that there is no known function to search inactive windows for pixels.

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SmOke_N

If by inactive you mean minimized, then ... you can't.


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Sixtogus

There are some functions that do some more vast pixelsearching(Checking example scripts) but other then that there is no known function to search inactive windows for pixels.

How about just read data from and inactive window ?

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SmOke_N

How about just read data from and inactive window ?

If the data can be read, you might try ControlGetText() or WinGetText().

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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Shevilie

Use the "AutoIt Window Info" program to get the names of the controls you wanna read text from :)


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