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  1. Re: Scraping text from outside application's non-standard window

    Just as a quick follow-up, I wasn't able to solve this problem using c#. I ended up using c++ and dll injection to detect when the non-standard control was opened. Then, I subclassed the control so...
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    Re: using c++ to instantiate a c# object?

    Thanks for your help. I'm sure this way would work, however I found an alternate method, using WM_COPYDATA to send the strings between the c++ and c#. ...
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    Re: using c++ to instantiate a c# object?

    Ok, here's the situation. I have some code in c++ that does what I need it to, and I don't want to rewrite it in another language as it is complicated (it does dll injection to subclass a...
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    using c++ to instantiate a c# object?

    Hi Everyone

    I'm wondering how to instantiate a c# object and make a simple method call on the object using c++. I don't need any complex interactions or anything. All I want to be able to do is...
  5. Re: Scraping text from outside application's non-standard window

    Thanks for the reply. I've tried spy++ and it can get 1 line of the chat as the window caption. However when I send a WM_GETTEXT to the window, it returns an empty string so I'm not sure how spy++...
  6. Scraping text from outside application's non-standard window

    Hey Everyone

    I'm writing an application, and part of it includes scraping the text from a chat box in another application currently running on the computer. So, if the chat box in another running...
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