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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..

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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 ..

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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, ..

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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 ..

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