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AutoItWinGetTitle

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pdaughe

AutoItWinGetTitle returns the title of the hidden AutoIt window. Is there a simple way to get the window's handle, other than WinGetHandle (AutoItWinGetTitle()), which is not unique when multiple scripts are running)?

I know a loop using WinList/WinGetProcess could be used, but it seems to me I saw a macro for this, but I searched and searched but couldn't find it.

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ProgAndy

You want _AutoItWinGetHandle() i think -> used it here: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=70237


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