In this blog post, I would like to how to display message box that close automatically in HP UFT (QTP).
The function below shows a message box that disappears after the specified timeout (in seconds). The script execution then continues.
Call AutoMsgBox("Message Box that closes after 5 seconds - Demo","Message Box Demo - QAInsights",5) Public Sub AutoMsgBox(Text, Title, TimeOut) Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") WshShell.Popup Text, TimeOut, Title End Sub
If TimeOut = 0, it behaves just like a normal message box. If TimeOut > 0, the dialog box disappears after the specified number of seconds.
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