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Press webpage button using VB6

Posted on 2013-11-22
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So on the following page:

http://ua.foto.com/index.php?module=fotoprint&page=flashmode&zid=22

How would I programatically press "Add more files"?

Normally I would do:

WebBrowser.Document.All.Item("Submit1").Click

But that doesn't work in this case.
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You cannot do this in this case because that Button in not located on a regular HMTL or even ASP or ASP.NET page.

This button in not located on a regular webform but it is part of Adobe Flash Player 11 which is not accessible using the VB code. If you right click on the page you will see the Adobe component.
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OK, maybe I'll check out a vendor that doesn't use Adobe.
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