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KlausKlausen

Application does not respond to MouseClick

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KlausKlausen

Hey there.

I was trying to make a script, that sends mouseclicks to a specific application: Gigabyte EasyTune 5 Pro -->

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Unfortunately this app ignores MouseClick() and MouseDown() - Sleep() - MouseUp() with various sleep-values, and ControlClick(). Other apps work perfect with MouseClick(). BTW: Keyboard doesn't work eiher. The buttons change their color when the cursor is over them, but they don't get pressed when MouseClick() happens. I want to change the FSB from let's say 333 to 400 and vice-versa, and it's very annoying to manually click 67x on the little arrow-buttons.

Does anyone have an idea how to work this around?

Thanks.

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Richard Robertson

As a solution, could you not select the text and type in the new value? Real number scrollers allow that.

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KlausKlausen

Hi Richard.

No it's not possible to type in the fields. It seems as if this app is completely "non-standard" (concerning window elements). It's also not possible to bring the Window to front/Maximize/Minimize with Autoit. Very strange. :)

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Richard Robertson

I don't think you can automate it then. Sorry for your luck.

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KlausKlausen

Thanx anyway.

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moris

Hi KlausKlausen,

Did you solve your problem? I am getting same problem now...

Thanks.

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Jos

He hasn't been online this last 5 years so doubt you going to get an answer.

It's probably best to start your own topic and explain the issue you are having including the script you are working with.

Jos :)


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