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Guest kotschi

Does somebody know about the problem with the AU3GUI-Tool and the "GUI.action"="4"?

Here is my sample-code:

EnvSet("GUI.title","Radiobuttons")
EnvSet("GUI.focus","1")
EnvSet("GUI.action","4")
EnvSet("GUI.w","200")
EnvSet("GUI.h","100")

EnvSet("OBJ1.type","radio")
EnvSet("OBJ1.text","Button1")
EnvSet("OBJ1.x","10")
EnvSet("OBJ1.y","20")
EnvSet("OBJ1.w","100")
EnvSet("OBJ1.h","15")
EnvSet("OBJ1.selected","1")

EnvSet("OBJ2.type","radio")
EnvSet("OBJ2.text","Button2")
EnvSet("OBJ2.x","10")
EnvSet("OBJ2.y","40")
EnvSet("OBJ2.w","100")
EnvSet("OBJ2.h","15")

EnvSet("OBJ3.type","button")
EnvSet("OBJ3.text","&Next")
EnvSet("OBJ3.x","100")
EnvSet("OBJ3.y","60")
EnvSet("OBJ3.submit","1")
EnvSet("OBJ3.close","1")

RunWait("au3gui")
...

The problem is, that the tool doesn't set the data to the environment ("OBJ1","OBJ2",etc.)

Or can somebody explain me how the parameter '4' for the GUI.action works?

Thanks and regards

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Dunno why the env doesn't work... guess its lost after the au3gui ends.

To parse the info to your script you could use the below example...

EnvSet("GUI.title","Radiobuttons")
EnvSet("GUI.focus","1")
EnvSet("GUI.action","8")
EnvSet("GUI.w","200")
EnvSet("GUI.h","100")

EnvSet("OBJ1.type","radio")
EnvSet("OBJ1.text","Button1")
EnvSet("OBJ1.x","10")
EnvSet("OBJ1.y","20")
EnvSet("OBJ1.w","100")
EnvSet("OBJ1.h","15")
EnvSet("OBJ1.selected","1")

EnvSet("OBJ2.type","radio")
EnvSet("OBJ2.text","Button2")
EnvSet("OBJ2.x","10")
EnvSet("OBJ2.y","40")
EnvSet("OBJ2.w","100")
EnvSet("OBJ2.h","15")

EnvSet("OBJ3.type","button")
EnvSet("OBJ3.text","&Next")
EnvSet("OBJ3.x","100")
EnvSet("OBJ3.y","60")
EnvSet("OBJ3.submit","1")
EnvSet("OBJ3.close","1")

AutoItWinSetTitle("AU3GUI...")
RunWait("AU3GUI.exe")

$MyArray = ParseAU3GUI()
For $n = 1 to $MyArray[0]
   MsgBox(4096,$N,$MyArray[$n])
Next

; is from one of Larry's posts
Func ParseAU3GUI()
   $szBuffer = AutoItWinGetTitle()
   MsgBox(4096,"",$szBuffer)
   $aTemp = StringSplit($szBuffer,@LF & "=")
   $szBuffer = ""
   For $n = 3 to (UBound($aTemp)-1) Step 2
      $szBuffer = $szBuffer & $aTemp[$n] & @LF
   Next
   Return StringSplit(StringTrimRight($szBuffer,1),@LF)
EndFunc

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