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_IELoadWait

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Hi,

Sorry but I have a minor problem on _IELoadWait() Time out. Below is the code I've used and the error that I've received. I still don't get it.

Basically here is what I'm trying to do:

1. I create IE

2. I set my very own timeout for IE, assuming that I had to use submit, not _IENavigate or _IECreate's Timeout parameter

3. Thus, I have to use _IELoadWait to wait for the form to submit

4. If the form was successful, but the page is taking more than 1 second to load, I will print out an error message.

By default, _IELoadWait's timeout is 300000 ms (5mins). But I want to shorten it, to 1 second (1 second is just applied in this example).

Note: I've done some searching and read the help files

$oIE = _IECreate("http://google.com", 0, 1, 0) ; Creates IE, redirecting to google.
_IELoadWait($oIE, 0, 1000)
If @error Then MsgBox(0, "", @extended)

This is what I received as warning:

IE.au3 V2.4-0 Warning from function _IELoadWait, $_IEStatus_LoadWaitTimeout

Any idea what's wrong with the timeout? Help are appreciated!

Regards,

Zepx

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It doesn't appear that anything is wrong. It is not an error, it is a warning simply telling you taht the timeout value was reached (should not be a surprise when it is set to one second).

If you want to suppress the message, use _IEErrorNotify.

Dale


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Thanks for the info, Dale.

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