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_IEImgClick for an image in another Frame

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I'm trying to use the _IEImgClick ($oIE, "Edit Profile", "alt") control on an image on a web page, but the web page is made up of about 3 or 4 frames, and the image isn't in the first frame. As a result it errors out and tells me there isn't a match.

I double checked this by using the _IEImgGetCollection ($oIE) command to tell me the images on the page and it only returns the ones in the first frame. How can I get _IEImgClick to see images in another frame?

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See _IEFrameGet* functions.

Dale


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Thanks for the pointer, but it turns out the web page didn't have Frames after all. I've managed to do it a different way by trial and error I worked out the link I wanted clicking was the 7th one on the page (so including 0 that makes it the 6th one)

$oLinks = _IELinkGetCollection ($oIE, 6)

_IEAction ($oLinks, "click")

Works perfectly.

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