in reply to Assist human unobtrusively in a 3rd party Windows GUI

Marshall:

A windows utility 'AutoHotkey' might have the capability to do what you want, I've used it in the past and it was relatively easy and nice to use. Looking at the docs, there's a "WinWait" function that waits for a window to exist, so you might be able to use it and have it automatically press the RESET button for you when that window pops up. (Not affiliated, just a satisfied user of the program a while ago.)

...roboticus

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