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This is driving me bonkers.

I have been trying to auto save a file to a location for about 6 hours now.

I think its because I don't know what I am doing!!!!

I have a website that when a friend clicks a button it gives them the option to save or run the file.

Is it possible that when they click my website button it auto saves to C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup location on their system and then runs?

This is just the start of what I want to achieve.

Below is what I have tested just to click the save button but it don't work.

WinWaitActive ("File Download - Security Warning" ,"", 5)

ControlClick ("File Download - Security Warning", "Do you want to run or save this file", "[CLASS:Button; TEXT:&Save; INSTANCE:2]")

Thanks for any help

Puzzled Maverick682


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if you have url, try InetGet()

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Sorted, this is cool

Now its saving to a specific location.

Any ideas?


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