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Can autoit do this?

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can autoit reconize the programs that are running?

if it can, is there a way i could do this : "if programX is not on, then move mouse and click blah blah"?

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Yes.

ProcessExists, WinExists, ect.


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ok so if i have a program called programX, how do i make it do something when programX is not active

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ok so if i have a program called programX, how do i make it do something when programX is not active

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read the autoit help file...it will do you a world of good

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

ok so if i have a program called programX, how do i make it do something when programX is not active

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I do not know if you want to make programX active and then work with it or if you want to work with it while it is not the active window... you can make it active via WinActivate --- or:

Open the help file Contents >> AutoIt >> Using AutoIt >> Controls

After you carefully read thru that, look at the related info links at the bottom.

It will depend on what you want to do and if programX will work with controls.

later.....

Edit: added "Contents"

Edited by herewasplato

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If ProcessExists('someprogram.exe') Then

MsgBox(0,'It does exist!', 'It does exist, put more commands in this section')

Else

MsgBox(0, 'It doesn't exist!", 'The program is not running, put more commands here to do what you want when its not running...')

EndIf


Writing AutoIt scripts since
_DateAdd("d", -2, _NowCalcDate())

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