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How-To Check a window if open and click on a button twice with a delay between clicks

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Greetings my friends,

This is my 1st post and as you will notice i am a programming beginner.

I would like your precious help on this (maybe easy for you) task.

I have a program running.

This is Adobe Audition.

I would like to make a script which will make this...

The program works in multitrack view.

It is always in Multitrack View and the "Arm for Record" button is enabled (red).

Now, the task i would like to automate is this.

After a period of 1 hour, i want to disarm (press Arm for Record button once) and re-arm (after 1-2 seconds by pressing again same button).

This task i want to be repeated all the time, every 1-2 hours etc.Never to end.

I think i will have to use AutoIt Window Info to get the window's needed infos but then what?

I ask gently your help about this.A script like that would be a life-saver for me...

In a general way of programmer's thinking the script should be like that.

Check if Audition Window is active

If yes then

Press "Arm for Record" button once (-> It will disarm the procedure of Recording)

Delay 2 seconds

Press "Arm for Record" button once (-> It will arm again the procedure of Recording)

If no then

Maximize (Make Active) the Audition window

and

Press "Arm for Record" button once (-> It will disarm the procedure of Recording)

Delay 2 seconds

Press "Arm for Record" button once (-> It will arm again the procedure of Recording)

Then Exit.

Thanks for your time :P

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welcome to the forum feverlak!

just a snippet, not tested whatsoever:

While 1
  if Winactive("audition") = 0 Then ;use the au3info tool to check the actual name of the window
    Winactivate("audition")
  Endif

  ControlClick("audition","","[TEXT:Arm for Record]")
  sleep(2000)
  ControlClick("audition","","[TEXT:Arm for Record]")
Sleep(2*3600*1000) 
Wend

check the windows and please let me know if this is what you need


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While 1
  if Winactive("Adobe Audition - Untitled.ses*") = 0 Then 
    Winactivate("Adobe Audition - Untitled.ses*")
  Endif

    Send("{UP}");it is a step which makes active a selected track in multitrack environment
  sleep(2000)
  Send("!r");which actually is ALT+r ->makes what i really want (Arm for Recording) disactive
  sleep(2000)
  Send("!r");which actually is ALT+r ->makes what i really want (Arm for Recording) active again
  Sleep(10000)
Wend

First of all , DMEE thank you very much for your immediate reply ;) I really appreciate it :D

Now that we managed to make active the window we want...and send that ALT+r when we want...i need an auto repeat command.

It would be great if we could make those lines...

Send("!r");which actually is ALT+r ->makes what i really want (Arm for Recording) disactive
  sleep(2000)
  Send("!r");which actually is ALT+r ->makes what i really want (Arm for Recording) active again

to run automatically every 10 seconds (and to eternity...) for instance...so every...

Sleep(10000)

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use

Func RunMe()
While 1
  Send("!r");which actually is ALT+r ->makes what i really want
  sleep(2000)
  Send("!r");which actually is ALT+r ->makes what i really want
  Sleep(10000)
WEnd
EndFunc ;==>_RunMe()

and call the function like

; My script
RunMe()
; My Script

it will repeat every 10 seconds...


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zFrank Thank you very much ! ;)

I made it working just the way i wanted to thanks to you and DMEE :D

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