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42578

Re: Detect change of window

Yes, I was able to accomplish what I want to do! Thanks Peter
pjagaraj.rm
Mar 25
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42577

Re: OS language

one way is to use wmic as in: //OS Language wmic path win32_OperatingSystem get OSLanguage //OS Locale wmic OS get locale you could create a function that
quanticworks
Mar 25
#42577
 
42576

Re: Detect change of window

Thanks Bruce. I will try and let you know how it goes. Peter
pjagaraj.rm
Mar 24
#42576
 
42575

Re: OS language

Or maybe there is an environment variable that will help? I don't know, but check your system to see. The powerpro env function can then be used.
brucexs
Mar 24
#42575
 
42574

Re: OS language

I'm afraid I don't know. Possibly something in the Windows function systemparametersinfo can do it (Google for its technical description on the MS site and
brucexs
Mar 24
#42574
 
42573

Re: Detect change of window

From the help index, "running a script when a window or system event occurs:" Running a script when a window or system event occurs hooking events If you
brucexs
Mar 24
#42573
 
42572

OS language

With win.debug(win.getlanguage("c=Progman")) i get keyboard language how to get OS language?
diamantsus
Mar 24
#42572
 
42571

Detect change of window

I would like to run a script when window focus changes from one window to other. How do I do that? Thanks Peter
pjagaraj.rm
Mar 24
#42571
 
42570

Re: [power-pro] *Mouse » win.sendmouse ?

... in order to differentiate one's intention to go back to a previous webpage (vs. the previous Acrobat view), one must use the back/forward arrow buttons.
thricipio
Mar 20
#42570
 
42569

Re: [power-pro] *Mouse » win.sendmouse ?

Bruce, thanks for your reply and suggestions . . . Try[ing] to run something from a program by clicking on one of its buttons is not usually a good idea.
thricipio
Mar 20
#42569
 
42568

Re: [power-pro] *Mouse » win.sendmouse ?

Maybe xcursor and ycursor do what you want? You have to *keys arrow keys to set a new text cursor pos, assuming the text cursor is already in the right child
brucexs
Mar 20
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42567

Re: [power-pro] *Mouse » win.sendmouse ?

Try to run something from a programs by clicking on one of its buttons is not usually a good idea. Why not just use the shortcut keys built into your browser?
brucexs
Mar 20
#42567
 
42566

Re: [power-pro] *Mouse » win.sendmouse ?

Works great! Thanks a whole lot !! ... posX = xmouse posY = ymouse win.sendmouse("ab",posX,posY)
thricipio
Mar 20
#42566
 
42565

Re: *Mouse » win.sendmouse ?

... if you write your commands directly into config window than something like this should work: /posX = xmouse// //posY = ymouse// //
Granderil
Mar 20
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42564

Re: [power-pro] *Mouse » win.sendmouse ?

Patrick, thanks for your reply. Unfortunately, I don't understand your question. I don't know what you're getting at. Sorry. —Thri Patrick, thanks for your
thricipio
Mar 20
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