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Activate a window whose title is "SystemVueTM 2008"

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Ajays

Hi.

I have a window whose title is "SystemVueTM 2008"

The TM is written in small fonts.

I have uploaded the screen shot the window.

I am not able to write that TM in small fonts in the script.

Please let me know how can i activate this window and work on it.

Thanks,

Ajay

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bobchernow

Hi.

I have a window whose title is "SystemVueTM 2008"

The TM is written in small fonts.

I have uploaded the screen shot the window.

I am not able to write that TM in small fonts in the script.

Please let me know how can i activate this window and work on it.

Thanks,

Ajay

You should be able to activate it with just part of the title like;

WinActivate("SystemView")

Bob


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TerarinK

Use "Autoit Window Info" to gather the information as far as the TM it is a exceeded unicode so you'll need to Declare as a local or global the TM

Local $sTrademark = ChrW(8482)
Local $sTitle = "SystemVue" & $sTrademark & " 2008"

You can find the entire table on Wiki if you need it. However finding not just the title but class of the application can do you some definite finding.


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Ajays

You should be able to activate it with just part of the title like;

WinActivate("SystemView")

Bob

Thank you for the reply

It is working.

Thanks,

Ajay

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Ajays

Use "Autoit Window Info" to gather the information as far as the TM it is a exceeded unicode so you'll need to Declare as a local or global the TM

Local $sTrademark = ChrW(8482)
Local $sTitle = "SystemVue" & $sTrademark & " 2008"

You can find the entire table on Wiki if you need it. However finding not just the title but class of the application can do you some definite finding.

Hi TerarinK,

Thank you for the reply.

But what is ChrW(8482)

and how the function works.

Thanks,

Ajay

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TerarinK

Chr is the 255 character that most functions use is everyday typing however ChrW allows for 65535 characters to be used or should I say the complete unicode table. They can be looked up further if you want in the help file. To simply put it just look up Unicode and read about it.

Chr = Unicode Standard

ChrW = Extended Unicode Standard


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