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cypher175

Is there anyway to use _IEFormElementCheckBoxSelect & byValue instead of byIndex by only using the ChexBoxes ID Name if there is no Value used to match the ChexBox element..??

That's the html source below for which i need to use to check the checkbox with the ID of popularon... but i dont want to use byIndex to select the checkBox though.. and there is no Value for the checkbox either to use byValue... So is there any other way of doing this..??

<legend><label class="clickable"><input type="checkbox" id="popularon" /> <strong>Popular</strong></label></legend>

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DaleHohm

Is there anyway to use _IEFormElementCheckBoxSelect & byValue instead of byIndex by only using the ChexBoxes ID Name if there is no Value used to match the ChexBox element..??

That's the html source below for which i need to use to check the checkbox with the ID of popularon... but i dont want to use byIndex to select the checkBox though.. and there is no Value for the checkbox either to use byValue... So is there any other way of doing this..??

<legend><label class="clickable"><input type="checkbox" id="popularon" /> <strong>Popular</strong></label></legend>
$oBox = _IEGetObjById($oIE, "popularon")

$oBox.checked = True

This does not fire change events however - probalby not an issue here, but can be in other instances.

Dale


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