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    windows wireless lan manager

    Hi,

    Im trying to embed into a skin the standard windows xp wireless lan manager, have tried using winspector to locate the required names, but cannot get it into focus (using the target tool).

    anyone got any ideas?
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    Embed the Wireless Network screen

    Try this on your button to call up the skin:

    Code:
    "LOAD;YourSkinName.skin;Network Connections;C:\WINDOWS\system32\control.exe|ncpa.cpl;!CabinetWClass!Network Connections"
    Where YourSkinName.skin, is the skin you are embedding the window into. Just define a skin, say Lan.skin and have an application area defined where you want the window to embed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnWPB View Post
    Try this on your button to call up the skin:

    Code:
    "LOAD;YourSkinName.skin;Network Connections;C:\WINDOWS\system32\control.exe|ncpa.cpl;!CabinetWClass!Network Connections"
    Where YourSkinName.skin, is the skin you are embedding the window into. Just define a skin, say Lan.skin and have an application area defined where you want the window to embed.
    thanks works perfectly...

    can the same be done for the bluetooth places as well?
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    i use a simple auto it script, to open it,and i embbed like john said how to embbed the window in Road Runner.this is the code that i use to launch it.and this works if u have ROAD RUNNER as the shell.

    Run("control netconnections")
    Opt("wintitlematchmode", 3)
    WinWait("Network Connections")
    sleep(90)
    Send("W{enter}")
    sleep(90)
    WinClose("Network Connections")

    for my bluetooth places i use this script

    AutoItSetOption("wintitlematchmode", 3)
    run("explorer", "", @SW_HIDE)
    sleep(150)
    WinWait("My Documents")
    WinActivate("My Documents")
    ControlFocus("My Documents", "", "ToolbarWindow324")
    controlClick("My Documents", "", "ToolbarWindow324")
    ControlFocus("My Documents", "",41477)
    ControlClick("My Documents", "",41477)
    Sleep(50)
    Send("My Bluetooth Places{enter}")

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    Quote Originally Posted by EL CAMINO View Post
    i use a simple auto it script, to open it,and i embbed like john said how to embbed the window in Road Runner.this is the code that i use to launch it.and this works if u have ROAD RUNNER as the shell.

    Run("control netconnections")
    Opt("wintitlematchmode", 3)
    WinWait("Network Connections")
    sleep(90)
    Send("W{enter}")
    sleep(90)
    WinClose("Network Connections")

    for my bluetooth places i use this script

    AutoItSetOption("wintitlematchmode", 3)
    run("explorer", "", @SW_HIDE)
    sleep(150)
    WinActivate("My Documents")
    ControlFocus("My Documents", "", "ToolbarWindow324")
    controlClick("My Documents", "", "ToolbarWindow324")
    ControlFocus("My Documents", "",41477)
    ControlClick("My Documents", "",41477)
    Sleep(50)
    Send("My Bluetooth Places{enter}")
    thanks ill give it a whirl, never really played with autoit...

    John is there a direct way of doing this, the same as network places?
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    Embedding Bluetooth Devices

    Give this a try for BLuetooth Devices:

    Code:
    "LOAD;MySkinName.skin;Bluetooth Devices;C:\WINDOWS\system32\control.exe|bthprops.cpl;!32770!Bluetooth Devices"
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnWPB View Post
    Give this a try for BLuetooth Devices:

    Code:
    "LOAD;MySkinName.skin;Bluetooth Devices;C:\WINDOWS\system32\control.exe|bthprops.cpl;!32770!Bluetooth Devices"
    thanks, not sure if im doing anything wrong, but doesnt seem to work... heres the code on my skin embedding into btmanager.skin

    B,000,450,200,050,"LOAD;btmanager.skin;Bluetooth Devices;C:\WINDOWS\system32\control.exe|bthprops.c pl;!32770!Bluetooth Devices",""

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    i use widcomm drivers for bluetooth. not windows, another story, my bad.

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    thought id save a new thread...

    how bout the command for control panel>speech?

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