@Daniel - Thank you for suggesting these solutions and helping others. We really appreciate it. I have updated your Telerik Points
@Roman - No, you can't get a list of the current dialogs that are shown on the screen. You can only use Manager.DialogMonitor.Dialogs.ToList<>
to get a list of the dialogs that you are currently monitoring.
One thing you can use to resolve your problem is to use one of the other GenericDialog constructors that use buttonId, not buttonText. If you are using buttonId, 0 should be the first button (Ano) and 1 should be the second button (Ne). You can try for example with:
GenericDialog ad = new GenericDialog(ActiveApplication, "Question", true, 1);
You can also try with the other suggestions that the IntelliSense will offer you.
Let me know if this helps.