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#157 No Bug AutoIT Info does not see all controlls in windows Vista Lang

Using the following code to get to the window in question, you will find that auto IT can not see any or a least most of the controls on some windows in Vista. Note: Your wireless adaptor is assumed to be nammed 'Wireless'. You can either change the name I used or change your adaptor's name. I am attaching the code as well as the information the AutoIT info viewer reports. The mouse was over the control I wish to use, but it does not appear in the info text.

To open this window manually (in case my script doesn't work for you: Open Network properties: Right click on wireless network adapter Select: Connect/Disconnect In New window - Connect to a network: Select Open and Network sharing center

It is on this window that I wish to select "Manage wireless Networks" I Have attached what my info box displays with the mouse over this control.

Also of note: The window launched by this control has the same issues, but these issues are worse from my perspective since I can't tell when certain controls like remove are present and I can;t seem to get a list of network profiles I have set up.

#158 No Bug ControlClick not working on some Vista windows. llombard@…

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This problem is observed trying to click the "Open Network and Sharing Center" Link on the "Connect to a network" window in Vista. You will need a wireless card on a vista machine in order to run this script. The script expects the card name to be 'Wireless' but this can be changed by changing the $adapter variable. I have put in two different ControlClick attempts, both of which should work, but do not. I have commented them as such. I have attached the code as well.

CODE {{ global $NCTITLE = "Network Connections" global $NETWORKSCONTROL = "SysListView321" global $adapter = "Wireless"

;Launch Network Properties page Run ("control.exe ncpa.cpl")

WinActivate ($NCTITLE) sleep (100)

;Select wireless adaptor ControlListView($NCTITLE, "", $NETWORKSCONTROL, "Select", ControlListView($NCTITLE,"",$NETWORKSCONTROL,"FindItem",$adapter) ) sleep (200)

;Get drop down options for Adaptor - same as right click ControlSend($NCTITLE, "", $NETWORKSCONTROL, "+{F10}") sleep (100)

;select Connect/Disconnect ControlSend($NCTITLE, "", $NETWORKSCONTROL, "o") sleep(200)

WinActivate ("Connect to a network")

;Both of these variants should work but don't ControlClick ("Connect to a network", "", 1007) ControlClick ("Connect to a network", "", "SysLink4") }}

#160 Rejected FileGetTime - Date UDF compatible format WeaponX

FileGetTime string format is not compatible with any of the Date UDF functions. Since this is the only internal function dealing with time I think it would be easier to change than all of the Date* functions.

Can we add an option 3 to output date/time in this format? "YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM:SS"

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