I was trying to get all the running processes and want to display it as small snapshot images in a list. I was able to do that. But for one of my applications (A winforms application developed in C#), it does not work as expected. I can clearly see the application is running and visible. ..
I am using the following code i am importing all the modules correctly from pywinauto.application import Application from pywinauto.controls.win32_controls import ButtonWrapper app = Application().connect(path=self.ExePath) dialog = app.window(title_re="DISCLAIMER") if dialog.exists(): checkbox = ButtonWrapper(dialog.TCheckBox.wrapper_object()) checkbox.get_check_state() But it doesnt seem to work when I test. Source: Python..
The print_control_identifier() function does not seem to list all the controls. The window which I try to automate looks like this: I’m trying to access the "plus" sign below the "Edit field" title. I can get the identifier of the bar where the 4 controls are added, but no childs of it. The bar itself ..
I was automating CANdella studio app. In that, I need to import some files to the window and export them into another format. both import and export have buttons. Till importing it’s fine. after the imported file is loaded, when I tried to print control identifiers it is contained only the main class.And window name ..
On Windows 10 using Python 3.x, I want to be able to switch focus to a specific Chrome tab (Google Meet) that is guaranteed to uniquely exist, but which may not currently be the active tab. And I’d like to be able to switch to this tab directly, rather than (say) iterating through all open ..
I’m a beginner so please don’t judge me if this was a stupid question .. just point me to the right direction My Problem In Egypt our government decided that all faculties would have no more books and we will study from e-books now I have about 50 Flip book like this one , it’s ..
I am using Python 3.9.5, Using the module from windows_tools.updates import get_windows_updates After importing, when I try to execute the command get_windows_updates() Following is the error it’s showing, Traceback (most recent call last): File "<pyshell#2>", line 1, in <module> get_windows_updates() File "C:UsersAdministratorAppDataLocalProgramsPythonPython39libsite-packageswindows_toolsupdates__init__.py", line 69, in get_windows_updates ‘operation’: OPERATION_CODES[int(entry.Operation)], File "C:UsersAdministratorAppDataLocalProgramsPythonPython39libsite-packageswin32comclientdynamic.py", line 628, in __getattr__ ret ..
Referring to answer for this question pywinauto does not detect child window I have a similar issue where I click "New" button and a window appears to key in inputs. My problem is this new window is not listed in the print_control_identifiers(). Below is my entire code so far right up to the new window ..
I’m new to python and pywinauto and have a few questions. Until now I was using Smartbear Test Complete tool for UI automation testings. I find it very complicated to manage, especially the NameMapping bit and I was wondering if using Python and pywinauto to do the UI automation tests is going to be better, ..
I’m trying to automate a process of sending data from software to equipment, right now I can do half of the process with this from pywinauto import Desktop, Application app = Application(backend="uia").connect(path="MGV6.exe") app = app.window(best_match="MGV 6 Teste – Toledo do Brasil") carga_menu = app.menu_select(‘Operações->Carga’) Then a new sub window open and i cant figure out ..