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How to simulate user interaction over an application

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I'm trying to simulate user interaction over an application. Using API's
such as FindWindowEx, GetWindow, SendMessage, ShowWindow, etc. I am able to
do a bunch of stuff already.

I am however stucked in a scenario with a dialog (classname is "#32770")
that contains buttons, SysListView32, SysTabControl32, etc. By the way I use
Spy++ to identify the window.

For instance, I tried using GetWindow with various constants (i.e.,
GW_CHILD, GW_HWNDNEXT, etc.) to get to the SysListView32 control but I can't
seem to get to it.

My objective is to get to the SysListView32 and then send a message to an
item like a click to select it.

Is there a way how to do this? Any suggestion is always appreciated.

Thanks for the usual help.
May 10 '06 #1
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