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  1. Since W8.1 (actually IE 11 with W7 will work also) microsoft has a Javascript runtime that can be called from scripting languages As shown in this example from C++: https://iobservable.net/blog/2013/11/12/introduction-to-jsrt/ By loading either JSCRIPT9.DLL or CHAKRA.DLL you can embed ECMA JavaScript in your application And implemented here in AutoHotKey https://autohotkey.com/boards/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=5739 Triggered by other threads: https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/185883-accessing-autoit-variables/ https://iobservable.net/blog/2013/11/12/introdu
  2. I've been thinking about this for the last couple of weeks, and I've finally got around to putting together a proof of concept. As far as OOP goes, Javascript is a pretty damn good language -- very flexible, but lets look at some code. Here is a two button form for AutoIt written in Javascript. var $=this; var hgui; this.MsgHandler_=function (m){ if (m==$.AutoIt.GUI_EVENT_CLOSE) { $.AutoIt.GUIDelete(hgui); return true; }else if (m==button1) { $.AutoIt.Run("notepad.exe"); }else if (m==button2) { alert('Thanks from a javascript alert box!'); } return false; } var bu
  3. I want to assign to an AutoItObject property without hardcoding the property name. In Javascript it would look like: obj['propertyName']=103; I can read access a property using Execute: Global $ppt_val=Execute('$obj.propertyName') But I cannot assign with: Assign('obj.propertyName',103,4); doesnt work, nor... Assign('$obj.propertyName',103,4) Maybe AutoItObjects have a sooper-secret $obj.__set($name,$val) function? I am looking for a workaround no matter how convoluted. Was thinking about maybe this might be feasible with a JScript COM helper, since I have built a AutoItObject Clas
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