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Chilion

Hi! I hope im not missing something simple here, but I have a script, whom i just want to run, but i dont wanna see it running. Can you guys please help me with that. (my mouse is moving in the script, and im using Send commands)

With a great thankfull heart,

Chilion

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Cdma1X

use

#NoTrayIcon

it will hide the tray icon.

explain more, what you want to do?

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Chilion

use

#NoTrayIcon

it will hide the tray icon.

explain more, what you want to do?

My script is running every 2 minutes on a webpage, to fill in some details for my database. but i wanna work on my computer also, so, i want the script to run, without doing some visible action on my screen.

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Cdma1X

for clicking button you can use ControlSend() (Read Help file) but if you are using Send() then i can't help you because i don't know how to send some keys to a hidden or minimized window (I am newbie).

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Zedna

My script is running every 2 minutes on a webpage, to fill in some details for my database. but i wanna work on my computer also, so, i want the script to run, without doing some visible action on my screen.

Generally:

Use ControlSend() instead of Send() and

ControlClick() instead of MouseClick()

In this case look at IECreate() in IE UDF --> this will be the best way for you

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Chilion

Generally:

Use ControlSend() instead of Send() and

ControlClick() instead of MouseClick()

In this case look at IECreate() in IE UDF --> this will be the best way for you

Oke, but ehm, I use FireFox(A)

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