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I'm wondering if AutoIt can check for specific text/hyperlink/buttons on a webpage?

[font="Arial"]Thanks[/font]
If @error = me Then $sorry
Else
   Do
      $clarifyMe
   Until $meClear
EndIF
MsgBox(0,"Special Message!","Special Thanks to " & $allHadReplied,$Forever)
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Yep. You'll have to first download the site, then read the file you download.

Check out: INetGet, and file stuff.

If you need help, just ask :lmao:

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but if you do that, you'll be getting hte html.

and, atleast i want, to get to read the page as you see it in explorer.

WITHOUT OPENING explorer.

ecample: this is the nly way to see who's online on this forum, because the names aren't in html, but in the script that check who's online.

*If u thought life couldn't get worse, u meet me *<guy> What would you give my little sister to unzip ?<friend> 10 bucks<guy> No, i mean like Winzip...
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What I actually intend to do is to move my mouse cursor to the intended button or hyperlink on a webpage.

The problem is that the link or button may shift it location.

Anyone got any solutions?

[font="Arial"]Thanks[/font]
If @error = me Then $sorry
Else
   Do
      $clarifyMe
   Until $meClear
EndIF
MsgBox(0,"Special Message!","Special Thanks to " & $allHadReplied,$Forever)
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Share on other sites

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