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cougarelite

Window Problem

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Hey everyone,

I've been creating a script for the past while, and everything is working great. The only problem is that it's very inconvenient to run, because the window it is working on HAS to be on top of all the other windows. When it's running, I can't do anything else on the computer, and I just have to watch it work. Very boring :) . I was just wondering if there is a way to make the script work on a window that isn't on top. It doesn't sound possible, but is there a way?

By the way... the script just clicks links on my internet browser and hits F5 every now and then.

Thanks,

CougarElite

Edited by cougarelite

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Try using controlsend() You might just hide the window and controlsend("SomePage","","Internet Explorer_Server1","{F5}")


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Hmm... thanks... I've never used this function before and I'm trying to figure it out. In the help file it says:

ControlSend ( "title", "text", "classnameNN", "string" [, flag] )

I can't figure out what "classnameNN" means. What do I put there?

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