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How to detect skype's file transfer window

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Skype's API creates an event when a file transfer occur or status changed. Using such event I can only get some basic info about the transfer, such as who is the sender/recepient, filename, etc. very basic info. But I can't figure our how to "find" the file transfer window without using it's title or any text for that matter, because the text will be different depends on the language skype used. I can get a PID or Hwnd of the skype process using Win32_Process query or something, and probably I could get any child processes from it, even process that have window opened, but how do I detect that a window is file transfer and not main window or chat window?

Thank you.

Edited by vanowm

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