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NBenitus

Get Screen Name

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Hi,

I am trying to automate the installation of an application that uses the InstallShield installer.

My issue is that I don't know the name of the screen, so I can't call the command "WinWaitActive("Program Name - InstallShield Wizard")."

Is there a way a command to display the current screen name ?

Thanks in advance.

B.

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Is there a way a command to display the current screen name ?

WinGetTitle("[active]")

and look in the help file for WinTitleMatchMode it can help


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WinGetTitle("[active]")

and look in the help file for WinTitleMatchMode it can help

Thanks for the quick reply :). I will try that :party:.

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

I got the screen name, but when I add it in the the WinWaitActive("Screen_Name", 20), it doesn't work.

I tried WinWaitActive("Screen_Name", "", 20) as well, but wouldn't work either. Am I missing something ?

Edited by NBenitus

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Found the reason, I was missing the ",20" at the end.

Thanks again :).

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