8146Re: [NTO] Capture Menus to Text File?
- Jul 30, 2008Hi Larry
I haven't currently got it on my system but I think this is probably the
one your are after. Thanks for reminding me - I had it pre system crash
but hadn't got around to finding it again.
> "WinDowse shows:Larry Hamilton wrote:
> text, caption, resource ID, process ID, application instance handle,
> window handle, parent handle, function address, menu handle,
> coordinates in parent, coordinates in screen, size, client area size,
> style, extended style, class name, class function address, icon
> handle, small icons handle, cursor handle, background brush handle,
> module handle, class style, list of parent hierarhy, recursive list of
> children, list of windows under the mouse cursor, full tree of all
> windows in the system with auto-selecting the current window, exe file
> path, exe file name, original file name, file description, file
> version, product name, internal name, legal copyright, legal
> trademarks, product version, company name, comments from the version
> information, list of modules used by selected window's application
> with full paths, absolute cursor position, relative cursor position on
> window coordinates, relative cursor position on window client area
> coordinates, color of the pixel under mouse cursor.
> WinDowse allows:
> to copy any information about the selected window into clipboard, to
> find any window by text, class name or handle, to modify the window's
> text, origin or size, to show/hide the window, to enable/disable the
> window, to make any user action with the selected window by
> installable plugins, to see the zoomed window image."
> I remember some program I think I was introduced to on one of the--
> NoteTab list 8 or 9 years ago. I have a need for it now, but do not
> remember what it was called.
> The program would capture all the menus in a program and they could be
> saved to a text file. It put an ampersand in front of the letters that
> activated the menu with the CTRL key.
> For example from NoteTab, it was something like this.:
> &File Menu
> I do not think it was Resource Hacker, as it only works on exes and not
> a runtime dependent language. I know, I just tested it. (I'm hoping that
> I am not thinking of the wrong program used with resource hacker. After
> all it's been a few years.)
> The Resource Hacker site says it is no longer developed and points to
> another program, but it does not do what I need either.
> I suspect I am thinking of another program that gave me the menus
> instead of the program I need it for.
> I recall a program that you drag a target over the menu/program, and it
> extracts the text.
> If there is some other program/utility that can do this, please let me know.
Regards ... Alec (buralex@gmail & WinLiveMess - alec.m.burgess@skype)
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