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Hi I havnt used auoit for a few years.

im trying to make some unattended installers for my unatteded winxp dvd,

last time it all whent fine, but now some windows just arnt playing ball

i made an installer for nero7 no problem and office 2007

but power dvd, winrar, and Flashfxp, are all giving me headaches the first coulple of windows are fine but then a window either dosnt exsist or my mouse click dosnt work.

ive tryed a loop this has worked but not allways ie this dosnt work

do
If winExists("WinRAR Setup"," Associate WinRAR with")Then
WinActivate("WinRAR Setup"," Associate WinRAR with")
    MouseClick("Left"214, 378)
else
Sleep( 500 )
EndIf
until  winExists("WinRAR Setup"," Associate WinRAR with")
WinActivate("WinRAR Setup"," Associate WinRAR with")
MouseClick("Left"214, 378)

i tryed a message box it thinks the window dosnt exsist

DO
If WinExists("WinRAR Setup"," Associate WinRAR with") Then
    MsgBox(0, "", "Window exists")
else
Sleep(500)
EndIf
Until WinExists("WinRAR Setup"," Associate WinRAR with")
MsgBox(0, "", "Window exists2")
Exit

heres the autoit window tool info

>>>> Window <<<<
Title:  WinRAR Setup
Class:  #32770
Position:   356, 226
Size:   503, 403
Style:  0x94C808C4
ExStyle:    0x00010101

>>>> Control <<<<
Class:  
Instance:   
ID: 
Text:   
Position:   
Size:   
ControlClick Coords:    
Style:  
ExStyle:    

>>>> Mouse <<<<
Position:   374, 24
Cursor ID:  2
Color:  0x305BB7

>>>> StatusBar <<<<

>>>> Visible Text <<<<
OK
Associate WinRAR with
&RAR
&ZIP
CAB
ARJ
LZH
ACE
7-Zip
TAR
GZip
UUE
BZ2
JAR
ISO
Z
Select &all
Interface
Add WinRAR to &Desktop
Add WinRAR to &Start Menu
Create WinRAR &program group
&Integrate WinRAR into shell
Shell integration
Cascaded con&text menus
Ico&ns in context menus
Help
   These options control integration of WinRAR into Windows. The first group of options allows to choose archive types to handle by WinRAR. The second group selects places to add links to the WinRAR executable. And the last group controls integration into the Windows shell. Shell integration provides handy facilities like "Extract" item in archive context menus, so usually there is no reason to disable it.
   Press "Help" button to read more detailed description of these options.
&Context menu items...


>>>> Hidden Text <<<<

ive been trawling the forum for a few days trying to find where im going wrong.

thanks in advance

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try... editing an old one to fit the programs ur gona do now..


Ok im 14 with a spelling age of a 9 year old... that explanes all my spelling mistakes

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Hi I havnt used auoit for a few years.

im trying to make some unattended installers for my unatteded winxp dvd,

last time it all whent fine, but now some windows just arnt playing ball

i made an installer for nero7 no problem and office 2007

but power dvd, winrar, and Flashfxp, are all giving me headaches the first coulple of windows are fine but then a window either dosnt exsist or my mouse click dosnt work.

ive tryed a loop this has worked but not allways ie this dosnt work

do
If winExists("WinRAR Setup"," Associate WinRAR with")Then
WinActivate("WinRAR Setup"," Associate WinRAR with")
    MouseClick("Left"214, 378)
else
Sleep( 500 )
EndIf
until  winExists("WinRAR Setup"," Associate WinRAR with")
WinActivate("WinRAR Setup"," Associate WinRAR with")
MouseClick("Left"214, 378)
Were you using an older version of AutoIt before? Reason for asking is that your code seems overly complex. I also saw that the window text you were looking for had a leading space, but the output from the WindowInfo tool doesn't. Finally, there was no comman between the "Left" and the first coordinate of the MouseClick.

Not tried it, but this code should work:

WinWait("WinRAR Setup","Associate WinRAR with")
WinActivate("WinRAR Setup","Associate WinRAR with")
MouseClick("Left",214, 378)

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