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IE Page Reload

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Hi out there,

I am writing a simple "Mapper" for a browser game. The script attaches ( _IEAttach )itself to a browser window and reads Map Contents from the HTML Source and stores it for future use.

In the game you change your position by clicking on the map, then a new page is loaded at new coordinates with new mapdata to be read.

And here comes the question:

Is it possible, to get an information:

- if user has clicked something

- if page has reloaded

- ....

from the browserwindow, or do I have to poll the sourcecode all the time?

Best regards

amon

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You could define a function to be called each time the page loads. It's a very nifty thing to do:

$oIE = _IECreate($url, 1)
$oEvent = ObjEvent($oIE, "IEEvent_", "DWebBrowserEvents2")

Func IEEvent_DocumentComplete($pDisp, $url)
    ;your function here
EndFunc

I believe you could also use the NavigateComplete or NavigateComplete2 events. Documentation can be found on MSDN.


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Perfect, fits exactly - thank you for your help. :)

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