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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

thats a tricky one..

ok here it is, i have an invisible IE window and i submit the form and then press a button, when i press the button i want to create an embedded ie window with a part of that page (not the whole site but a part of it)

that means : create embedded window of that site > the window remains invisible (or closes) > get a part of the ie window not all of it

is that possible? (maybe something with _IEpropertyget())

PS:the location when i submit the form does not changes...

Edited by c4nm7

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Are you wanting to load a single frame? Take a look at the page's source and just _IENavigate to the given object's "src".

Edit: typo

Edited by mikehunt114

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Mike's suggestion is a good one if it fits your use case.

If not, you can use _IEBodyReadHTML (or _IEDocReadHTML) to get the HTML source, parse it and write the portion you want to your embedded window with _IEBodyWriteHTML (or _IEDocWriteHTML).

There are also ways to do this with XMLHTTPRequest/Ajax, but that is beyond what IE.au3 will help you with directly.

Dale


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Mike's suggestion is a good one if it fits your use case.

If not, you can use _IEBodyReadHTML (or _IEDocReadHTML) to get the HTML source, parse it and write the portion you want to your embedded window with _IEBodyWriteHTML (or _IEDocWriteHTML).

There are also ways to do this with XMLHTTPRequest/Ajax, but that is beyond what IE.au3 will help you with directly.

Dale

its ok , ive found a workaround....

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