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  1. Right now the script will exit immediately if I don't pause it somehow (obvious of course). I was curious on people's opinions of how they do it or what option they prefer below? Thanks Option 1 (I prefer) #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> HotKeySet('^!p', SomeFunc) ProcessWaitClose(@AutoItPID) Func SomeFunc() MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "Title", "This message box will timeout after 10 seconds or select the OK button.", 10) EndFunc Option 2 (in the help file) #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> HotKeySet('^!p', SomeFunc
  2. Hello. I need a trick to make a process idle down less than sleep. I use onevents for almost everything, but the problem is the project I'm working on has almost 50 processes. Even at around 1% idle it adds up and there will be more processes added. What I'm looking to do is get to a C like idle of .03 to .08 cpu. Any tricks you have will be great and I will post the final code I use. I love AutoIt, but is does need a cooler name, lol. Thx.
  3. Hi guys I have a script that runs for about 20 seconds. If Outlook.exe is not already open, and I open it while the script is running, I want Outlook to wait until the script is done, and then open. Is it possible to set an application in some sort of idle state until the script is done? I want to avoid it from just closing Outlook, and open it again. Thanks David
  4. What am I supposed to do, if a program is able for a long time? My program is idle for 20 minutes, before doing a very tiny task, and then starting all over again. I tries using Sleep(), but that literally melts my CPU and pushes them up for 20 to 30%. Permanently checking the time costs too much CPU too. Any other way of doing this? Preferably without taking more than 1% CPU. It also needn't be exactly 20 minutes, everything between 15 and 25 is fine too Thanks!
  5. #RequireAdmin #include <Timers.au3> #include <GUIConstants.au3> Global $Limit = 5 ; idle limit in seconds Global $objWMIService; Global $Instances; Global $temp; Local $Counter = 0 HotKeySet("{ESC}", "_Quit") AdlibRegister("_CheckIdleTime", 500) ; default 250ms AdlibRegister("_findTemp", 60000) ; default 250ms ; ; Not all system support this function!!! Func findTemp() ;;; Source : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25139311/autoit-get-cpu-temp-and-put-it-into-a-graph $wbe
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