- I am affraid that you have to use your work around. The problem with
WMGetText is that it sends WM_GETTEXT message to a control. If the
control does not handle this message (which could be the case for
custom controls) WMGetText will not work. According to the link you
gave me, there is a free support for these controls. Ask what message
has to be send to a control in order to get/set message in the
control. If they give an answer, we can try to develop something more
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mike_scott_bbc"
> Yes. Something from http://www.textcontrol.com/. I've found a wayto
> work around it for the time being. But I'd still be interested ifhttp://www.wintertree-
> anyone has any tips.
> BTW I'm new to Win32-GuiTest. Thanks for the tutorial.
> --- In email@example.com, "Piotr Kaluski" <pkaluski@p...>
> > What is TX11? Is it the same as described here
> > software.com/support/wspell/txtextcontrol.html ?serious
> > -Piotr
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mike_scott_bbc"
> > <mike_scott_bbc@y...> wrote:
> > > I have an app that I'm trying to script which has a text box of
> > > TX11 which doesn't want to cooperate with WMGet/SetText
> > > 5.6.1 build 635, Win32-GuiTest 1.3). Before I start to get
> > > with it I though I'd ask if this rings a bell with anyone.