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i want to know to focus out current active windows using WinGetHandle like

after getting successfull msg need to focus out ?

#include <IE.au3>

While 1
$sHwnd = WinGetHandle("", "")
$oIE = _IEAttach ($sHwnd , "HWND")
if @error  = 0 Then
MsgBox(64,"","IE Active")

; Here need to put focus out for current active ie widnow

Edited by autoitxp

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I don't know that you can lose focus of an app. But all you need to do is give focus to something else.

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well u mean there is no proper way to focus out to current active window damn ?

I'm a bit confused by your wording. Perhaps you could explain what you mean to do better with an example, like:

Window A had focus,

Then my script opens and does something in Window B

Then I want to go back to Window A

Or whatever fits your needs.

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