AutoIT related, in regards to grabbing iGuidance window name
I'm having a bit of a trouble where I'm trying to use my Logitech Nulooq navigator with Road Runner and iGuidance.
Since iGuidance runs on top of RR, and this Logitech control is dependent on active window. If I was to control RR while iGuidance is active, it doesn't work.
I've been trying to use AutoIT to automate a few things via mouse clicks, seems to work for the most part. But if it's not set to active window, the mose clicks on other window and it's screwing things up.
I'm trying to find the active window for iGuidance but no luck. Maybe I'm not doing the right thing. Basically, I'm thinking of in the coding I should have the following check:
to control iGuidance, first check if iGuidance is running, else exit. If iGuidance is running, then bring it in focus, then execute mouse clicks.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.