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Tolf

Hi !

Is it possible to simulate a click on an IE object without actually clicking with the mouse using MouseClick() ? I mean that I want to send to the object the clicking event and I don't want to click a picture but a pixel with its coordinates (X;Y).


My UDF : Array2D

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DexterMorgan

Hi !

Is it possible to simulate a click on an IE object without actually clicking with the mouse using MouseClick() ? I mean that I want to send to the object the clicking event and I don't want to click a picture but a pixel with its coordinates (X;Y).

you can use controlsend :mellow:


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Valuater

you can use controlsend :mellow:

most times, it's very difficult to click on an IE object with controlsend()

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Tolf

Look at the IE functions in the AutoIt Helpfile under User Defined Functions. In there, look at _IEAction

In the HelpFile it's written :

"click" : Simulates a click on the specified element.

so it does not simulate a mouse click on a specified pixel.

My UDF : Array2D

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DaleHohm

Please give more detail on what exactly you want to do -- give an example.

Dale


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Tolf

Finally, I found a solution, using ControlClick :

ControlClick($h_gui, "", "[CLASS:Internet Explorer_Server; INSTANCE:1]", "left", 1, 25, 25)

My UDF : Array2D

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DexterMorgan

Finally, I found a solution, using ControlClick :

ControlClick($h_gui, "", "[CLASS:Internet Explorer_Server; INSTANCE:1]", "left", 1, 25, 25)

you can use controlsend :(

ehhem... :mellow: jk, lol

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