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  1. Hi, the Help file has a nice example for setting cursors, but what I am looking for is an explanation - what does each type of cursor represent? Is #2 'ready' and #1 'working', #15 'busy'? I tried msdn too, but that has lots of blah on how to set cursors in C++ --- no definitive cursor list...
  2. I was troubleshooting behavior of a script and was looking at Process Explorer and I noticed that processes that I started using an AutoIT script are void of details such as Description and Company Name. The associated Icon is also generic in Process Explorer. I also have the lower pane open in Process Explorer and I'm noticing that associated DLLS are not listed. If I right click on an application and click on "properties" and look at the Strings tab I get "<Error opening file>". I don't remember seeing this behavior before and I will reboot to see if that corrects it. As of now I'm suspecting AutoIT because that is the common element with all the processes exhibiting the behavior described. I'm using AutoIT v3.3.8.1 with SciTE v2.28 on Windows 7 64 bit.
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