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Enter when msgbox comes up?

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Hi there! Im wondering if its possible to make it send directly enter to the internet explorer when an msgbox comes up?

The send("{ENTER}") not working directly there.

A try i was do, was make like this

_IENavigate ($oIE, send("{ENTER}")

But wont work.. And i have not much other ideas o.O

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Hi there! Im wondering if its possible to make it send directly enter to the internet explorer when an msgbox comes up?

The send("{ENTER}") not working directly there.

A try i was do, was make like this

_IENavigate ($oIE, send("{ENTER}")

But wont work.. And i have not much other ideas o.O

If the message box is a separate window then you just need to detect that window and send Enter to it; it will have nothing to do with _IE functions I would expect.


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If the message box is a separate window then you just need to detect that window and send Enter to it; it will have nothing to do with _IE functions I would expect.

Um what!? Also.. What i do is open new IE window and then when a popup comes up its gonna press enter

The window not goes active i think.. Maybee thats the problem. So how do i make then the IE window that popups directly active? also "ontop" (so it pressing enter on the right window)

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Assuming you will have only 1 Internet Explorer window that you want open, this will periodically check for any other Internet Explorer Windows and send ENTER to them. Seems kinda dangerous, because the window could be a popup may be something malicious, so make sure to add values to the StringRegExp line to filter out harmful stuff. Also, if you are sending ENTER to Close the popup, try using WinClose or WinKill instead of sending ENTER

AdLibEnable("_SingleIEWindow")

Func _SingleIEWindow()
    Local $IeList = ProcessList("iexplore.exe")
    If $ieList[0][0] > 1 Then
        For $i = 2 To $ieList[0][0]
            ;Adjust next line to include keywords where pressing ENTER may be bad
            If StringRegExp(WinGetText($ieList[$i][1]), "(?i)Virus|XXX|Spam") Then ContinueLoop
            ControlSend($ieList[$i][1], "", "", "{ENTER}") ;Send ENTER to 2nd & higher instances of IE
        Next
    EndIf
EndFunc

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WinGetHandle? where then?

I tried that code etc.. Didn't get it work any good :S also what i do is to navigate to a site there a dam popup comes. And then i just need delete that dam popup, by press ok or in the X, doesn't matterrrrrr.

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Can you give the url to the site so that I can use Au3Info to get the Window Title and button handle?

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