Extended Escape Sequences: Terminal scripts: question with scripting over Pop-Out boxes in the Terminal.
I have been involved with using terminal scripts lately (I use GE Centricity Business), that usually do not go beyond 'send:' and 'wait for:' commands. Notwithstanding, I have been stuck with the message boxes since the script recorder does not record over this whenever I need to click 'Yes' in a given message box prompt which aggressively stops my scripts/macros from continuing. I know that this commands are labeled 'Extended Escape Sequences', but I have been looking all over at the Intersystems document repository with no luck in finding anything of the sort. I have, however, found documentation on the basic commands of using regular terminal scripts in the following address: 'http://docs.intersystems.com/latest/csp/docbook/DocBook.UI.Page.cls?KEY=...'. In any case, could someone help out in providing any feedback that could enable me to use some sort of terminal script or extended escape sequence command, for that matter, that could help me out in scripting a mouse click within the terminal?