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src/a/l/Alfred-Popclip-Sublime-HEAD/Sublime Text 2/Browser Refresh/win/pywinauto/controls/__init__.py   Alfred-Popclip-Sublime(Download)
# contain
import common_controls
import win32_controls
 
#

src/a/l/Alfred-Popclip-Sublime-HEAD/Sublime Text 2/Browser Refresh/win/pywinauto/controls/HwndWrapper.py   Alfred-Popclip-Sublime(Download)
        # and make it a DialogWrapper
        if handleprops.is_toplevel_window(handle):
            import win32_controls
            wrapper_match = win32_controls.DialogWrapper
 

src/a/l/Alfred-Popclip-Sublime-HEAD/Sublime Text 2/Browser Refresh/win/pywinauto/controls/Accessability HwndWrapper.py   Alfred-Popclip-Sublime(Download)
        # and make it a DialogWrapper
        if handleprops.is_toplevel_window(handle):
            import win32_controls
            wrapper_match = win32_controls.DialogWrapper
 

src/p/y/pywinauto-64bit-HEAD/pywinauto/controls/__init__.py   pywinauto-64bit(Download)
# contain
import common_controls
import win32_controls
 
#

src/p/y/pywinauto-64bit-HEAD/pywinauto/controls/HwndWrapper.py   pywinauto-64bit(Download)
        # and make it a DialogWrapper
        if handleprops.is_toplevel_window(handle):
            import win32_controls
            wrapper_match = win32_controls.DialogWrapper
 

src/p/y/pywinauto-64bit-HEAD/pywinauto/controls/Accessability HwndWrapper.py   pywinauto-64bit(Download)
        # and make it a DialogWrapper
        if handleprops.is_toplevel_window(handle):
            import win32_controls
            wrapper_match = win32_controls.DialogWrapper