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erezlevi

Help needed with Autoit and wingetTitle

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erezlevi

hello to everyone. I am new with autoit commands.

I am looking for a solution for the following senario: I have an application that tirggers a new window with a Tilte name "info: XXXXX" where XXXXX is a number. (like a customer number for our example). (see attachment for details).

the "info: xxxxx" shows on the window-Title. I need a way to copy the text of the info: XXXXX and paste it to another application. like in the end of a http:// link. for example if the info was : info:234567 it needs to be copied to:

http://mycompany.com/customerinfo/customernumber none & info:234567 and then activate that link so it will go to the customer home page.

I can't find the command to copy the text within the Tilte, I though it was WinGetTitle but I can't operate it for some reason.

also, if it can be copied how do I paste it to the explorer in the end of an http:// link?

last thing, if I will be able to copy and paste it how do I create an infinite loop so the .exe file will keep running on the backround waiting for "info:xxxx" trigger?

THanks for all that will reply.

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Nahuel

You could do something like this:

#include <IE.au3>
$Info=WinGetTitle("Info:")
$InfoNumber=StringSplit($Info,":")
_IECreate("http://mycompany.com/customerinfo/customernumber none & info:"&$InfoNumber[2])

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erezlevi

You could do something like this:

#include <IE.au3>
$Info=WinGetTitle("Info:")
$InfoNumber=StringSplit($Info,":")
_IECreate("http://mycompany.com/customerinfo/customernumber none & info:"&$InfoNumber[2])

:P

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Thanks, but is there a way to use the "Send" command? (if not using the IE browser) if it is another program?

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Nahuel

Well... yes, but it's very rough.. find out a way to give focus to the addressbar and just use:

Send("http://mycompany.com/customerinfo/customernumber none & info:"&$InfoNumber[2])
Send("{ENTER}")

But I don't see why you'd want something like that.

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erezlevi

Well... yes, but it's very rough.. find out a way to give focus to the addressbar and just use:

Send("http://mycompany.com/customerinfo/customernumber none & info:"&$InfoNumber[2])
Send("{ENTER}")

But I don't see why you'd want something like that.

first, I would like to say THANKS alot man. u helped. this is the final solution:

$i = 0

while $i <= 100000

WinWait ("Info:")

$title = WinGetTitle("Info:","")

$InfoNumber=StringSplit($title,":")

sleep (10000)

MouseMove(108,43)

MouseDown("left")

MouseUp("left")

Send("{END}"&$InfoNumber[2])

Send("{ENTER}")

WinWaitNotActive ("info:")

Wend

it solved my problem. for every call an "info:" dispalyed, now, another application the IP-softphone opens explorer with the website of customers information, then the mouse moves to the address bar and sends the InfoNumber to the end of the address and press Return, the web page of the customer displays. the WinWaitNotActive is used because during the call the Info is still displayed until the call ends which can trigger a loop that i don't want. when the info is cleared then the application is waiting for the next trigger (an info:).

Thanks for you help, this program is huge.

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