Hi, ... Sometimes you don t need it. Using TAB and arrows to navigate through controls is enough most times. And then use SPACE, ENTER or hot-keys to
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, Nov 16, 2002
--- In perlguitest@y..., "minh_turbo9" <minh_turbo9@y...> wrote:
> I am writing some GuiTest scripts to setup my NIC properties via
> Network Properties Dialog in Win2K.
> **(ControlPanel->Network&Dial-Up Connections ->RightClick on a NIC)
> I wanted to have the script be able to check/uncheck the TCP/IP
> protocol or any other item....but I can't get any control on the
Sometimes you don't need it. Using TAB and arrows to navigate through
controls is enough most times. And then use SPACE, ENTER or hot-keys
> handle to that listbox (Class=SysListView32).
Doesn't look like a listbox to me. More like a listview thingy. The
API to handle them is different. GuiTest doesn't support direct
access to them. Paul Covington added some funtions for another type
of fancy control: