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  1. Yesterday I had to make some little changes to an old Autoit program we use at my work. The program reads some data and convert it to Excel. Before writing the cell, it is changed to text and later on I slap the column with an autofitwidth. Furthermore weI execute a conditional format on the sheet, to make the data more readable. I quickly found out that because of the breaking changes Excel.udf had starting from AutoIt, a lot of things had to been changed. The changes I had to do, only took 10 minutes. After trying to adjust the script for over 5 hours, to get it wor
  2. I've failed to find an example of _Word_DocFindReplace which searches for formatted text (I'm looking for stand alone paragraph marks that are formatted other than normal i.e. Bold Italic, Underlined). The reason being that when converting a Word document to html one of the main problems in the results is that a stand alone paragraph mark is converted to an html space that retains the formatting ...>&nbsp;<... thus showing up as a underline _ in a browser when it should be blank. I've played around with the script and got it to at least un-bold the first paragraph mark regar
  3. Evening, I've been copying a lot of text from PDF files and other documents. Problem is, this text appears badly mangled when pasted again, causing formatting issues. I've been trying to write a script that would automatically reformat the copied string: #include #include #NoTrayIcon Opt("TrayMenuMode", 1) $AboutTrayItem = TrayCreateItem("About") TrayCreateItem("") $ExitTrayItem = TrayCreateItem("Exit") TraySetState() $hDLL = DllOpen("user32.dll") Beep(1100,300) While 1 While _IsPressed("11",$hDLL) If _IsPressed("43",$hDLL) Then ClipPut(StringStripWS(StringReplace(StringReplace(_ClipB
  4. Hello, When I want to post some code to the forum, I always have some issues on how to paste it correctly so the code looks correct in my post. The problems I ran into are: - the tab indent disapear - some smileys appear with some regexp patterns - the forum try to auto format the text and add some html tags in my regexp patterns - paste the code in "toggle edit mode" to keep the tab indents but this method adds some html tags here and there - I don't know about you guys, but when I try to paste some code in the "Special BB code" and select "Autoit" then the window stretches up and I cannot
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