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Is there any command to update an ie-frame in the

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Is it possible to update an ie-frame with for example stock-information on ericsson IN THE BACKGROUND every five seconds?

I have done this script, but the ie frame needs to be active to work:

$x = 1

Do

WinWaitActive("Avanza - Orderläggning - Microsoft Internet Explorer")

send ("{BROWSER_REFRESH}")

Sleep(5000)

Until $x > 2

Is there any command to update an ie-frame in the background?

:lmao:

Edited by jgg

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It's not the entire window that needs to be refreshed, Helge.

An IE-frame is a part of a window.

And the most of us know that AutoIt can't communicate with Internet Explorer "privately". It can only read/change the title, hide/minimize,/maximize/restore the window.

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It's not the entire window that needs to be refreshed, Helge.

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Oops, I understand :">

Yes, I do know about the limitations with scripting IE in AutoIt,

if that last comment was to me that is..

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Wouldn't re-loading the page have the same effect as refreshing all the frames?

How about utilizing a "ticker" application? Just some ideas.

RocTx

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