Remove the selected item.
Edit the selected item.
Add a new entry.
To enter a new, or edit an existing, dialog/window to block, refer to the following.
A descriptive title of the dialog/window to be blocked. For informational purposes only.
The window class ID of the dialog/window to block. The class ID must be an exact match and for dialogs is usually #32770. Using the 3rd party software Spy, it is the value specified by Class Name in the Class tab of the Windows Properties dialog.
The window title of the dialog/window to be blocked. For maximum pattern matching utility, the window title is treated as a regular expression. For more information on regular expressions, go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_expressions.
If checked, the dialog/window will be blocked. This will generally be checked; however, in the case where a set of generic dialogs/windows needs to be blocked but let a specific one display, enter the information for the specific dialog/window, but don't check the Block Dialog checkbox, and make sure the specific entry is listed above the generic entry.
Determines how the dialog/window will be closed. Although not always the case, typical examples are as follows:
||Click the 'X' button closing the dialog/window
||Click the 'OK' button
||Click the 'Cancel' button
Using the 3rd party software Spy
, it is the value specified by Control ID
in the General
tab of the Windows Properties dialog.
Display Blocked Message
If checked, the message defined in Blocked Message Text will be displayed.
Blocked Message Text
Enter the message to display when the dialog/window has been blocked.
A list of objects that must exist on the dialog/window for a match to occur.
Edit Dialog Child
To enter a new, or edit an existing, child object, refer to the following.
A descriptive title of the child object. For information purposes only.
The object class name. The control class must be an exact match. For static text fields, the value will be Static.
The control ID of the object.
The value of the control. For static text fields, this will be the actual text. For maximum pattern matching utility, the control text is treated as a regular expression. For more information on regular expressions, go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_expressions.