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erezlevi

how to access this window?

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erezlevi

does anyone knows how to write controlclick for this window?

where you write down the email message itself...

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flip209

What are you trying to click on?


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erezlevi

I am trying to give a "left" click on a the white space where you write down the message itself.

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Nahuel

And using ControlClick("Untitled - Message (HTML)","","[CLASSNN:Internet Explorer_Server1]") didn't work?

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flip209

If it is the point where you show in the screen shot it is like this:

ControlClick ( "Untitled - Message (HTML)", "", "Internet Explorer_Server1" , "left" , 2 , 327 , 57)

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erezlevi

And using ControlClick("Untitled - Message (HTML)","","[CLASSNN:Internet Explorer_Server1]") didn't work?

I am checking it now. didn't know about CLASSNN... usually I only use:

Controlclick ("[CLASS:XXXXXX]","",controlID,...)

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erezlevi

works! thanks.

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erezlevi

And using ControlClick("Untitled - Message (HTML)","","[CLASSNN:Internet Explorer_Server1]") didn't work?

It works using you example. thanks.

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ControlClick("Title", "", "[ClassNN:Internet Explorer_Server1]")


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