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Topic: «Request for a status update on an old issue - window identification » on forum: Beta Testing   Views: 1437
 
Greg Webb
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Posted: 22.01.2015 14:03:39
 
 
A year or so ago, there were several messages asking for an extra way to identify a window. (I posted one myself - timestamp: 30.08.2013 15:24:04.) There was no obvious way to do it at the time and I was wondering if there had been any progress on this identification. It may be an impossible ask but we were told at the time it was going to be 'considered'.

Thanks,
 
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Alexander Salnikov
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Posted: 27.01.2015 12:54:42
 
 
Good day Greg,

Yes,I remember that letter.Though,we don't plan developing this feature in the nearest future.We will inform you, if the feature will be developed.

Have a nice day.

Any questions?Mail to support@actualtools.com!
 
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Pim Joosten
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Posted: 07.03.2015 16:36:23
 
 
Hello Greg and Alexander,

Even more than a year ago there were several requests for this (I also supported one of those request because in some circumstances it is indeed impossible to distinguish between 2 similar windows). Here again I would like to support this feature request, hoping it will climb up on the priority ladder ;)

Best regards.
 
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Greg Webb
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Posted: 07.03.2015 19:58:36
 
 
Just a thought: Could the module size in bytes be used to distinguish windows that have the same title and window class?

If so, the Sel ect Window fr om List could be enhanced to show the module size of each window.
 
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Vasiliy Ivachev
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Posted: 11.03.2015 11:05:53
 
 
Hello gentlemen,

Unfortunately, a suitable window criterion hasn't been found yet.
Your suggestions will be forwarded to our development department and we'll inform you if/when it will be implemented in our products.

Best regards.
 
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