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Hey there,

i wanted to do a controlclick with coodinates....but im not able to this :)

ControlClick("[CLASS:Classname]", "", "[iD:IDNumber]", "", "", "57" , "95")

what is wrong?

greetings

bloC

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ControlClick("[CLASS:Classname]", "", "[iD:IDNumber]", "", "", "57" , "95")

@bloC

"[iD:IDNumber]" is a number, you can get it with au3info.exe (Program Files\AutoIt3\au3info.exe)

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Xand3r

I agree with your statement.

How about you make them actual numbers. "57" to 57.

Cheers,

Brett

i don't think it mathers wether you use quotes or not..(in most functions it makes no difference)

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bloC

anyway....it doesnt work...

can someone give me an example?

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Pain

ControlClick ("title", "text", controlID [, button [, clicks [, x [, y ]]]] )

To get the Classname use for example "[CLASSNN:Edit1]".

For ID you can use "[iD:254]" or simply 254 (without quotes).

This should be more correct:

ControlClick ("", "", controlID , "left" , 1 , 57 , 95)

Where it says controlID you can have for example "[CLASSNN:Edit1]", if you want to use more than one property write

[CLASSNN:Edit1; TEXT:Hello; ID:254] and so on.

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bloC

ah cool thanks, now it works :)

it's so easy :o

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KillingEye

Hey bloC :)

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Surgery

Didn't want to start another thread for control clicks, so I'll just post here.

my code:

ControlClick("[CLASS:#32770]", "", "[CLASSNN:SysTreeView321; ID:1439]", "", "", "31", "201")

And nothing is happening. I position my mouse at those coordinates and click and it works, but the automation does not.

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Pain

ControlClick("[CLASS:#32770]", "", "[CLASSNN:SysTreeView321; ID:1439]", "left", 1, 31, 201)

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Bert

Hey there,

i wanted to do a controlclick with coodinates....but im not able to this :)

ControlClick("[CLASS:Classname]", "", "[iD:IDNumber]", "", "", "57" , "95")

what is wrong?

greetings

bloC

Don't EVER call yourself Stupid. You just not YET have been enlightened! Keep learning!

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