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I want Google Voice phone calls to be answered automatically on my PC.

Is there a way AutoHotKey can test for an incoming call or test to see if the answer button appears in my browser and then click it to answer the call? The answer button only appears when there is an incoming call. I am wanting this to answer multiple incoming calls one at a time. So it may need to reset as each call ends by the caller.

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When you say "google phone" do you mean "Google Voice"? – Dennis Williamson Oct 13 '10 at 14:54
Yes, I am using "Google Voice" to call my PC. When I receive a call a dialog box appears with 3 buttons "Answer", "Screen", and "Ignore" I am wanting the "Answer" button auto click whenever a call is received. – Wayne Oct 13 '10 at 19:18
Thanks for your help – Wayne Oct 13 '10 at 19:20

Use WinWait command with WinText parameter, as said here

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