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Curious D

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Hi. I am wondering how to write a batch file that will help me do the following:

1. Start a program then
2. If the question menu appears, wait 5 seconds for the question menu
3. Click on an option to proceed to the program.

I looked at some websites for this information, but I'm not understanding much of the jargon to write this batch file.

Thanks.

Edited by Curious D, 12 July 2009 - 11:06 AM.

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Neil Jones

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Traditional batch files have no ability to "click" on anything.

This might be a better solution as it's effectively a cut-down programming language based on BASIC:
http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/
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Thanks. I'm looking at a YouTube tutorial at this time.
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