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Old April 11th, 2007, 04:59 AM
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in browsers (such as IE) how can emulate a button click event ?

for example
suppose a dictionary webpage :
i want to make an application that automatically textBox control and the click the "translate" button.


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There is no emulation needed. Simply create a button on your page, and give it a onclick event handler. If you need help with asp.net basics, try google for some beginner tutorials.

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hi,
the moderator completely missed the point here:
this guy is talking about (for want of a better expresion)
hi-jacking the browser to emulate mouse clicks and text entry
in order to simulate a user - using the webpage.

First you must use .net 2.0 - the classes are there for 1.1 but it does not seem to work.
Second I cannot say this will work in 7.0 upwards of IE. untested.

Third use namespace System.Diagnostics and Threading for:

SendKeys.SendWait(sCurrentCommand);
Thread.Sleep(200);

the sleep just makes sure things are not moving too fast.
let me know if youneed more help.
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Why did you ressuerect a post that was 4 Months old? In any event, the OP was not very clear in what they wanted (a more forward thing to say would of been: How do i create a bot to simulate a button click against X website) and emulation can mean different things to different people. In any event, se la vi.

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