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  • Steve Bouffe
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    Thanks Jules.

    Solution

    Code:
    IF ISTRUE(IsWindowEnabled(GetDlgItem(CBHNDL,%Button1))) THEN
       CONTROL POST CBHNDL, %Button1, %BM_CLICK, 0, 0
    END IF

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  • Jules Marchildon
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    API Explanation
    IsWindowEnabled determines if a window is currently enabled or disabled. If a window is disabled, it cannot receive the focus and will ignore any attempted input. Many types of windows, such as buttons and other controls, will appear grayed when disabled. The function returns 0 if the window is disabled, or a non-zero value if the window is enabled.

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  • Steve Bouffe
    started a topic Detecting Button Disabled

    Detecting Button Disabled

    I'm using the following to click buttons

    CONTROL POST CBHNDL, %Button1, %BM_CLICK, 0, 0

    The only problem is that the Callback receives the click message even when the button is disabled.

    How can I read the status of the button first to see if it's disabled?
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