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  • Blog Post: One story of building a useful Assistive Technology tool from a UI Automation sample

    Background At the 2011 Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference (aka “the CSUN conference”), I gave a presentation on the Windows UI Automation (UIA) API. This API allows apps to find out what things are shown visually on the screen and to programmatically...
  • Blog Post: Building UI Automation client applications in C++ and C#

    Sample #1: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Windows-7-UI-Automation-9131f729 Back in March I had the opportunity to attend the 26th Annual International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference, otherwise known as CSUN 2011. I was to present a session on the Windows UI Automation (UIA)...
  • Blog Post: Custom UI Automation Providers in Depth: Part 1

    Creating a UI Automation provider for a custom control is not a difficult task. At least, we members of the UI Automation team don’t think so. Yet, it is one that engineers continue to find challenging. And so it seems worth writing a walkthrough. I’ll also post the full code samples on the MSDN Code...
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