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Is there a list of common objects for autoit?

example: read text

Dim $Voice = ObjCreate("Sapi.SpVoice")
$Voice.Rate = $iRate
$Voice.Volume = $iVolume
$Voice.Speak ($iText)

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No, there isn't. 'Common' objects are usually fairly well documented. You'll have to look up the object's COM model on your own.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

You can't expect anyone on the AutoIt team to sort through a list of all available objects, decide which are 'common', and then document them all. I sure wouldn't want that job...

If they support COM methods, they are almost always already documented by the developer's of each individual one.

www.google.com

Edit: If you want a list of objects along with methods/properties on your computer, run something like OLE/COM Object Viewer (check the help file) or ActiveX Inspector.

Edited by mikehunt114

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this means that the object you selected doesn't have any property's, method's or events.

select another one (the treeview on the left side).

not all of them can be used from autoit (read the com doc's) and in some situations you can use 'ScriptControl' object to run a jscript or vbs script and work around it.

best thing would be to google for the ProgID or Description to find more information on that object.

this tool helps you to find the right syntax to use it...


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