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TheWulf

Is there a method to get the name of all objects?

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I'm looking for a method to list all the objects in w Window; something similar to WinGetClassList but instead of getting a list of the classes I need a list of all objects (without or without their class)

This needs to work with AutoItX as well.

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Yea, example : If there were 2 command buttons and a text box, it would return the name of all these objects, such as

Button1
Button2
TextBox1

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Get text of a Winspy window?

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Cool.. I'll port that to VB in a few and give it a try, thanks.

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Port to VB?

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@Larry

Why do you use Send("#r") instead of WinMinimizeAll()?

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... #r and Winminimizeall() have nothing in common.

Win+R open the Run dialog.

Do you know what is that? Yes! That old dialog the people used before Ezzetabi invented Run!, now lonely and forgot.

I understood if you don't remember. :)

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Port to VB?

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Yes, to use with AutoItX. I don't write scripts, I prefer to use the DLL and do my stuff in VB.

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