John | 1 Oct 05:22 2005
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Re: sending keys

Even though the ID appears in a drop down, if the site will let you it
is probably easier to just have power pro type in the whole ID and
password for you.  if not, then you could hope that your ID is always
in the same spot on the list, and you could have it push 'down' the
correct number of times to choose your ID.  after the part in the
script where u load the page, do something like

wait 3 ;or wait active "Start of Name of web page*"
keys username{tab}password{enter}

consult the "keys" and "wait" sections of the help manual.

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> I need to automatically open a web page which requires a login.  
> The login is one where you type the first letter of your ID in a
> field 
> and the ID appears in a drop-down.  You then click the ID and the 
> encrypted password fills in and the user must click "enter".

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lotek2day | 2 Oct 14:41 2005
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sending keys

Thanks, John, for the help.  It turns out the *wait command was the 
problem.  I use *wait ready and my keys go where they are supposed to 
just fine.

Your reply was just the encouragement I needed to look through the
help 
one more time.

Power Pro can be overwhelming and just being able to write down the 
problem helps put things in persective.

Thanks again! :-)

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bhool_gaya | 5 Oct 22:35 2005
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Taking a Screenshot

I tried this command:

*Keys {printscreen}
C:\WINDOWS\system32\mspaint.exe)
*Keys {w5}^v^s

This works except the screenshot is taken after paint opens. if i remove  *Keys {w5}^v^s then the screenshot
of current windwo is taken. How can i make powerpro take a screenshot , open paint  and then wait for it to open
so that i can send furthur keystrokes?? I treid other wait commands as well but nothing worked :(

Btw is there a better method of taking screenshots, probably in the format of my choice??
Maybe through a script or something.

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Dave Gorman | 5 Oct 22:54 2005
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Re: Taking a Screenshot

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--On Wednesday, October 05, 2005 20:35 +0000 bhool_gaya 
<bhool_gaya@...> wrote:

> Btw is there a better method of taking screenshots, probably in the
> format of my choice?? Maybe through a script or something.

I'm not sure how to accomplish what you want within PP, however I'm a big 
fan of the freeware version of Gadwin Printscreen 
(<http://www.gadwin.com/printscreen/>)

Download: <http://www.gadwin.com/download/ps_setup.exe>

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davidt.pproyg | 6 Oct 05:50 2005

RE: Taking a Screenshot

> *Keys {printscreen}
> C:\WINDOWS\system32\mspaint.exe)
> *Keys {w5}^v^s

I'd try *Keys {fast}{printscreen}
As an alternative to the first command
Add a 
*Wait 1
Between lines 1 and 2 to see if that makes things work a little better.

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bhool_gaya | 6 Oct 09:24 2005
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Re: Taking a Screenshot

Thanks david, though that didn't work, coz this worked-

*Keys {fast}{printscreen}
*Wait 1
C:\WINDOWS\system32\mspaint.exe
*Wait 1
*Keys ^v^s{w2}{tab}p

I am still open to better ways to take a a screenshot though. LIke saving directly to a file.

Ta

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Dave Gorman | 6 Oct 13:48 2005
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Re: Taking a Screenshot

--On Thursday, October 06, 2005 07:24 +0000 bhool_gaya 
<bhool_gaya@...> wrote:

> I am still open to better ways to take a a screenshot though. LIke saving
> directly to a file.

The Gadwin software I recommended does just that.

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Ted Wall | 6 Oct 14:12 2005
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Re: Taking a Screenshot

Look at:
http://www.irfanview.com/
Look at is's Help>Irfanview Help>Index>Command Line Options

DO (?"pathTo\Irfan.exe", ?"/capture=1")
*Wait 1
*Keys s{w2}%s

Above uses PowerPro's "do() statement" and "delimiter for string".

Then tweak for your system like you did for David's method.

Offline until tommorrow.

Ted

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> Thanks david, though that didn't work, coz this worked-
> 
> *Keys {fast}{printscreen}
> *Wait 1
> C:\WINDOWS\system32\mspaint.exe
> *Wait 1
> *Keys ^v^s{w2}{tab}p
> 
> I am still open to better ways to take a a screenshot though. LIke
> saving directly to a file.

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bhool_gaya | 6 Oct 21:02 2005
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Re: Taking a Screenshot

> The Gadwin software I recommended does just
> that.

K, i'll try that. I just didn't want another process running in the
background.

> Look at is's Help>IrfanviewHelp>Index>Command Line Options

Doh! didn't know irfanview had commandline options. Sounds good though

I'll try both options and then report.

thanks

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bhool_gaya | 7 Oct 04:05 2005
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Re: Taking a Screenshot

On Thu, 06 Oct 2005 17:42:22 +0530, Ted Wall  
<TedWall@...> wrote:

> DO (?"pathTo\Irfan.exe", ?"/capture=1")
> *Wait 1
> *Keys s{w2}%s

Thanks man, this works just perfect!!

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