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  1. Func z009() If FileExists("search\009\009.au3") Then #include <search\009\009.au3> EndIf EndFunc This wont work... Is there any workarround for this or I should do it in a different way?
  2. Hello Everyone, Is it possible to get shorter multiple condition expressions avoiding operator OR? for instance If @OSVersion In (Win_10, Win_7, Win8) Then. I got used to it in t-sql. Thank you.
  3. Hi all, I'm going crazy while I try and work out why a fairly simply if condition isn't working. I will try and explain it clearly, in the hope someone can find out the cause. The portion of the script for these if conditions is copied in below. The first PixelGetColor func is denoted in Screenshot 1, the RED dot signifies where the color is extracted from. The second PixelGetColor func is denoted in Screenshot 2, the YELLOW dot signifies where the color is extracted from. The script is tested for 3 scenarios, where 1. no resource is found (Screenshot 1), 2. multiple resources are found (
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