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  1. Function Reference _AdlibEnhance.au3 Adlib function with support for parameters, pause and resume using Call Back! Sintax: _Adlib_Register( "Function" [, "Params" [, Time [, RepeatCount ]]] ) _Adlib_Pause( "Function" ) _Adlib_Resume( "Function" ) _Adlib_SetTimer( "Function" [, Time ] ) _Adlib_UnRegister( "Function" ) Supports: ; You can call functions with parameters and native functions also! Downloads: Version: 0.10 _AdlibEnhance_(RedirectLink).html Note: Usage example is included! Sample: Fixes: Regards, João Carlos.
  2. Apparently you can't use a function with variables for AdlibRegister Like you declare it with a variable even an optional one and it throws an error if you try and call it Thats ok though I figured out a hack using eval to get a better result Registered_Funct(250);Register Sleep(10000) Registered_Funct(-1);UnRegister Func Registered_Funct($iTime = -1) Local $i_Time = Eval("iTime") If $i_Time > 0 Then AdlibRegister("Registered_Funct", $i_Time) ElseIf $i_Time < 0 Then AdlibUnRegister("Registered_Funct")
  3. Is there any difference in timers and AdlibRegister ? in : performance usage reliability or any kind of difference I want use few timers at once so it will make difference. I have problem with timers and I saw AdlibRegister behaves similar like: wont stop crashing slowing program so much maybe is there any trick to make it better?
  4. Hey everyone, I've been messing around with some new things and adlibs look extremely useful/interesting, however, I can't seem to get it to work.. Here's what I have HotKeySet("{F1}", "_Exit") $qCount = 1 Global $_Timer AdlibRegister($_Timer, 1000) AdlibUnRegister($_Timer) While 1 SoundPlay(@WindowsDir & "\media\tada.wav", 1) $qCount += 1 ToolTip('"Tada" has been played ' & $qCount & " times",200,200) WEnd Func _Timer() Local Static $iCount += 1 ConsoleWrite($iCount) If $iCount =
  5. I'm writing a small prog that will run in the background and sound an alarm if a certain Gmail message arrives in an otherwise unused account. My inclination is to use a simple While/WEnd loop with a 5 minute Sleep between checking for messages, but I've seen examples here of somewhat similar background tasks that employ AdlibRegister so I'm curious which method is the most reliable and least impactful on the CPU. Below are two simple scripts that begin to do what I want and represent how I think this could be handled. While/WEnd with Sleep #include <CheckMail.au3> Global $aReturn Glo
  6. Hi guys, I'dl like to use the same AdlibRegister for to different function. That's an example: #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> Global $hButton3 = 9999, $Increase = 0, $hGUI1 gui1() Func gui1() $hGUI1 = GUICreate("Gui 1", 200, 200, 100, 100) $hButton1 = GUICtrlCreateButton("Adlib1", 10, 10, 80, 30) $hButton2 = GUICtrlCreateButton("Show Gui 2", 10, 60, 80, 30) GUISetState() While 1 Switch GUIGetMsg() Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE ExitLoop Case $hButton1 AdlibRegister("Test", 400) Sleep(2000) AdlibUnRegister("Test") WinSetTitle($hGUI1, "", "Gui 1") Case $hButton2
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