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Re^3: Problem using Win32::GuiTest::Treeview for Windows 64 bit applicationby BrowserUk (Pope)
|on Sep 03, 2012 at 12:57 UTC||Need Help??|
Please go through the module and let me know the solution as soon as possible.
The solution to what?
Have you identified a particular problem, or do you expect me to go through all 907 lines and find it for you as well?
I am waiting for ur reply...
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If I understand the implications of your posts, you are saying that when you call a particular Win32::GuiTest function, with particular arguments, on 64-bit Windows, you aren't getting the result you expect.
If that is the case, don't throw 1000 lines of code at me -- that I can't run without building an application, and won't demonstrate the problem unless I accidentally hit the exact scenario in which you are seeing failures. Can you not see that you will never get help that way?
Think! Start from the point of known failure. Construct a script that recreates that failure:
Make it easy for those you asking for (free) help. Normally, I would simply be ignoring your post, but you've obviously taken a lot of time and put in a lot of work.
You've just expended it in the wrong place to enable anyone here to help you.
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