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Hi guys,

I am trying to write a script that will detect when someone sends me a message through msn messenger. I will use the name "Gary" as an example.

When a message is received, a window is created with the title

"Gary - Conversation"

My concern is not with the script itself - its just with the handling of the windows

right now - this works (doesn't do anything except Activate and then close the window - but thats all I wanted)

Can I somehow make this for ANY window that ENDS in "- Conversation" (so not just for Gary -- but for anyone who sent a message)

While 1=1

WinActivate("Gary - Conversation")

Send ("Test")

WinClose("Gary - Conversation")

Sleep(2000)

Wend

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Hi guys,

I am trying to write a script that will detect when someone sends me a message through msn messenger.  I will use the name "Gary" as an example.

When a message is received, a window is created with the title

"Gary - Conversation"

My concern is not with the script itself - its just with the handling of the windows

right now - this works (doesn't do anything except Activate and then close the window - but thats all I wanted)

Can I somehow make this for ANY window that ENDS in "- Conversation" (so not just for Gary -- but for anyone who sent a message)

While 1=1

WinActivate("Gary - Conversation")

Send ("Test")

WinClose("Gary - Conversation")

Sleep(2000)

Wend

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode",2)

WinExists("- Conversation")
$title_convo = WinGetTitle("- Conversation")

While 1
   WinActivate($title_convo)
   Send("Test!S",0); !S is Alt+S or the default send function on most chatters
   WinClose($title_convo)
   Sleep(2000)
WEnd

and wrap your code in [.code] [./code] (no period). It makes it easier to identify and read. It also keeps any formatting you put in.

Edited by Blue_Drache

Lofting the cyberwinds on teknoleather wings, I am...The Blue Drache

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