Re: FindWindowLike help
> Here is my test code. The application opens properly, but then itIt doesn't look like you're doing anything to give focus to the program
> just hangs, when I close the application it gives me the appended
> error and then sends ^p to STDOUT? I am trying to get ^p to be send
> to the application I opened in the code.
you're testing, so that's probably why your key input isn't getting
there. FindWindowLike doesn't do anything with the focus.
I haven't figured out yet whether SetForegroundWindow or SetFocus is the
way way to set the focus. In my code I do a careful dance with the two
Danny R. Faught
Tejas Software Consulting
- I'm not positive this makes a difference, but you also might try:
my @window = FindWindowLike(undef, "^BEACH,BOBBY");
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> Subject: [perlguitest] FindWindowLike help
> Here is my test code. The application opens properly, but
> then it just hangs, when I close the application it gives me
> the appended error and then sends ^p to STDOUT? I am trying
> to get ^p to be send to the application I opened in the code.
> use Win32::GuiTest qw(:ALL);
> $Win32::GuiTest::debug = 1;
> chdir "Originals";
> my @window = FindWindowLike(0,"^BEACH,BOBBY"); print @window;
> Use of uninitialized value in string at
> C:/Perl/site/lib/Win32/GuiTest/pm line 565. Using Pattern
> (^BEACH, BOBBY, )
> Also this is my first perl attempt using any mod. I'm really
> glad I found this mod and would love to be able to use as I
> have a ton of things planned for it.