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CASL: using winstring and track statements

CASL: using winstring and track statements

CASL: using winstring and track statements

Is it possible to use the track statement and winsring together (using CASL language with Attachmate Accessory Manager)?

I want the macro to run in the background while the user goes about his work.

I want the macro to constantly be tracking for a specific winstring (the page indicator in the top left corner) and when the user comes to this page, an action can be taken.

Can anyone help?

RE: CASL: using winstring and track statements

As your page indicator is the first thing to paint to the screen the location is irrelevant.  Replace "page indicator text here" with the literal your watching for and the following should work.

x = 1
while x = 1
    watch for
        "page indicator text here": alert "do something",ok:end

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RE: CASL: using winstring and track statements

That is EXACTLY what I was looking for...thanks

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