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Open window (capture text)

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HOw i can catch the text in the active window ?

Thanks !!!
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Text of what

the caption
Text in the window
etc

Later
BoRiS
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Pegasus100397 earned 20 total points
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Dia,
   
   Have you tried the TForm.Caption property? In agreement with Boris, what text SPECIFICALLY are you looking to get out of the window and where is it?

Good Luck with your project
Pegasus
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