Kudos and Thanks for Jeff
It was very good. I have a doubt, what if two dialogs with the same name are opened?
thanks for the demo.
thanx, would be helpful to say at the end where to learn more, i.e. how do u determine control names, etc.
pywinauto looks really pythonic!
V cool. I have a complex wxPython app that BADLY needs more than unit testing; this looks significantly more usable than anything I have run into. Thanks for the demo!
Useful informative video. Thanks
A very nice and concise video, thanks for the nice presentation! Left out though is mention of how to identify the names of the underlying gui objects. I suppose this is obvious to most people, but not to me.
The video was wonderfull showcasing th basic capability of pywinauto.
One thing which I feel missed was about ToolBar. How can we handle toolbar click in IDE's such as eclipse and MSVS or select a combo from toolbar.
If possible can you help me with this.
This is a simple and concise example.
Just what is needed to get started.
Thank you for making this topic come to life with this 'short and sweet' example.
Thank you! I'm picking up python for some heavy log file crunching and automatic unit may very well turn out to be really useful.
It really helped me to understand how easy pywinauto is to use to drive a UI.
Looks great! I will be starting soon
Interesting video.. enough to make me want to examine pyWinAuto further.
Thanks , Two question: 1. Could you please make a video about how to setup the envioroment to run pywinauto, 2. you guys still working on this? Any new release?
nice demo of pywinauto. especially useful since SF didn't have any (easily found, anyway) docs for it.
This is very helpful to know how to use it.
Thanks, you show how easy it is to drive an app.