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WinGetControlFromClientPosition

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I had a need for this... so I whipped it up wit quickness... Thought I'd post it before I lose or delete it...

MsgBox(4096,"","This clicks ""Cancel"" on my Run dialog")

; Invoke Run Dialog
Send("#r")
WinWait("Run")

; Wait 3 sec and tell you what I am about to do
ToolTip("CLICKING RUN DIALOG CANCEL BUTTON")
Sleep(3000)

; WinGetControlFromClientPosition( <Title>, <Text>, <Left of Control>, <Right>, <Width>, <Height> )
; position info comes from Window Info Tool set to Options/Coord Mode/Client
; click the Control tab and use Position for left,right and Size for width,height
$hwnd = WinGetControlFromClientPosition("Run","",174,114,75,23)
ControlClick("","",$hwnd)

Func WinGetControlFromClientPosition($title,$text,$left,$right,$width,$height)
    Local $control,$controls,$ctrl,$i,$pos
    Local $opt = Opt("PixelCoordMode",2)
    
    $controls = @LF & WinGetClassList($title,$text)
    
    While StringLen(StringReplace($controls,@LF,""))
        $control = StringLeft($controls,StringInStr($controls,@LF,0,2))
        $i = 0
        While StringInStr($controls,$control)
            $i += 1
            $ctrl = StringTrimRight(StringTrimLeft($control,1),1) & $i
            $pos = ControlGetPos($title,$text,$ctrl)
            If $pos[0] = $left And $pos[1] = $right And $pos[2] = $width And $pos[3] = $height Then
                Opt("PixelCoordMode",$opt)
                Return ControlGetHandle($title,$text,$ctrl)
            EndIf
            $controls = StringReplace($controls,$control,@LF,1)
        WEnd
    WEnd
    
    Opt("PixelCoordMode",$opt)
EndFunc

Lar.

edit: Reset PixelCoord before returning.

Edited by LarryDalooza

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I had a need for this... so I whipped it up wit quickness... Thought I'd post it before I lose or delete it...

Need to reset the PixelCoordMode before returning.

MsgBox(4096,"","This clicks ""Cancel"" on my Run dialog")

; Invoke Run Dialog
Send("#r")
WinWait("Run")

; Wait 3 sec and tell you what I am about to do
ToolTip("CLICKING RUN DIALOG CANCEL BUTTON")
Sleep(3000)

; WinGetControlFromClientPosition( <Title>, <Text>, <Left of Control>, <Right>, <Width>, <Height> )
; position info comes from Window Info Tool set to Options/Coord Mode/Client
; click the Control tab and use Position for left,right and Size for width,height
$hwnd = WinGetControlFromClientPosition("Run","",174,114,75,23)
ControlClick("","",$hwnd)

Func WinGetControlFromClientPosition($title,$text,$left,$right,$width,$height)
    Local $control,$controls,$ctrl,$i,$pos
    Local $opt = Opt("PixelCoordMode",2)
    Local $Result = 0
    $controls = @LF & WinGetClassList($title,$text)
    
    While StringLen(StringReplace($controls,@LF,"")) 
        $control = StringLeft($controls,StringInStr($controls,@LF,0,2))
        $i = 0
        While StringInStr($controls,$control)
            $i += 1
            $ctrl = StringTrimRight(StringTrimLeft($control,1),1) & $i
            $pos = ControlGetPos($title,$text,$ctrl)
            If $pos[0] = $left And $pos[1] = $right And $pos[2] = $width And $pos[3] = $height Then
               $Result = ControlGetHandle($title,$text,$ctrl)                      
               ExitLoop 2
            EndIf
            $controls = StringReplace($controls,$control,@LF,1)
        WEnd
 
    WEnd
    
    Opt("PixelCoordMode",$opt)
       Return $Result
EndFunc[/autoit]

Lar.
Edited by martin

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