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Hi. I need urgent help, im new to autoit, but like it already.

Im trying to build a script that as soon a little waw file is played it clicks a button on a screen, if another waw file are played it clicks another button, i just dont know how to test for played waw files :lmao:o:) Help would be really great please

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Hi,

As far as i know there is not a way to detect if a wav file has been played.

Andre


What about Windows without using AutoIt ?It would be the same as driving a car without an steering Wheel!

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Hi. I need urgent help, im new to autoit, but like it already.

Im trying to build a script that as soon a little waw file is played it clicks a button on a screen, if another waw file are played it clicks another button, i just dont know how to test for played waw files  :lmao:  o:)  Help would be really great please

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SoundPlay("file.wav",1) seems to work. I don't know why Andre say no :)

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Perhaps because i did not understand what he wanted to do o:)

:lmao:

Andre


What about Windows without using AutoIt ?It would be the same as driving a car without an steering Wheel!

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It was more the idea that when another program plays a little wav file, then autoit can detect it, and then react on it. That its not autoit that plays the wav but completly another program that does it :lmao:o:)

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aaarch then im right, that's not possible as far as i know :lmao:

Andre


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Sure u can use processexist to see if an specific process is running but can't see what wav file is playing....

Andre


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i thought b14ck or his old name, python was trying to do that a while ago? i remeber it but i can't find the page !


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