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  1. @jpm Maps variable type has been be in beta for years, and only recently it became officially supported. I like the idea of object-oriented maps, and I like the features and simplicity it offers. However, in practice it's too easy to confuse with arrays and other object type, like dictionary. When run some tests, I also encounter the same errors listed here: After some thinking, I think we really do need to distinguish a map from an array. We cannot just use the same "[]" to reference different types of variables. So my propose is like this: ===== To declare
  2. I was searching for a way to highlight zones (regions, provinces, counties, etc) on a map, and I don't need super precise maps so I wrote this script, based on picking up black and white maps (2 colors BW .png or .gif tested) and filling them with colors, writing down a sqlite database to associate zones with names (and other data as well), and reuse the map and the DB to display data, in my example reading a simple .txt file. It's all based on this thread and this other thread. So I have two modes: The Map "creation mode" : you provide a map image and you start to pick
  3. Hello Everyone, Hoping someone can help me, I am totally stuck on this problem, I cannot reach the textarea and the button in a maps page that I get by clicking on a button in a previus page, the only way I can interact with this is using tab and mouseclick but this is a danger method as you know. I get the handle by using: $Posizione = _IEAttach("Ricerca Indirizzo su mappa") then I tried a lot of things but nothing works, can someone give me a hint? -------------------- WinWait("Ricerca Indirizzo su mappa") sleep(1000) $Posizione = _IEAttach("R
  4. Hello Again! I previously stumbled upon a topic asking for maps datatype's instructions... I too wasn't sure what a map is until I tried it... So I am making this topic to help other newbies (and some oldbies) better understand the Maps datatype of AutoIt! Lets start! A Note for Readers The maps datatype is still in development and is currently in Alpha Stage (More Risky than Beta) and its unstable, so AutoIt can crash indefinably while using Maps! I can't guarantee if this will be implemented in stable versions, this is a fairly new thing to AutoIt coders & in my honest opinion
  5. Hello Everyone! I made a UDF for the new Maps Datatype, I tried to follow Best Coding Practices & UDF-Specs while making this. Please note that this UDF is in very early stages. A thanks to @boththose for ideas on functions (like _Maps_IniToMap). If you have any suggestions, improvements, complaints, feature requests etc. Please don't hold back anything which can help improve this UDF! I will continue to develop this UDF as long as the Official AutoIt Dev Team adapts it (or makes another version of this UDF) . Enjoy! TD
  6. Im not sure if this is intended but normally Autoit variables are always passed as copies (except objects i think). But below i observed an unconsistency when copying maps with nested maps inside. Issue: If you create a nested map1 and copy it to a new map2, changing a nested value in map2 will also change the nested value in map1 Dim $player[] Dim $sub[] $player.test1 = 1 $player.test2 = $sub $player.test2.child1 = "org" $player.test2.childext = $sub $player.test2.childext.child1 = "org2" $playerold = $player ; make a copy of the whole map
  7. Can somebody try to reproduce this bug? It would be helpful to know if this issue appeares on other environments too. Issue: Sometimes values of certain keys will return empty even if expicitly assigned a value before. Conditions: Map is bigger than ~50 key/values pairs value is being worked with in a Function where a loop is iterating through the Map before retrieving the value there is a isMap/MapKeys/MapAppend/MapRemove check on the Map value. Dim $mMap[] ; Generate random key strings For $i = 0 To 100 $RndKey = "" For $i2 =
  8. Version v0.4

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    Hello Everyone! I made a UDF for the new Maps Datatype, I tried to follow Best Coding Practices & UDF-Specs while making this. Please note that this UDF is in very early stages. A thanks to @boththose for ideas on functions (like _Maps_IniToMap). If you have any suggestions, improvements, complaints, feature requests etc. Please don't hold back anything which can help improve this UDF! I will continue to develop this UDF as long as the Official AutoIt Dev Team adapts it (or makes another version of this UDF) . Enjoy! TD
  9. Hello AutoIt Team! I am very excited about the new upcoming Maps datatype... I was wondering about the progress of the datatype... Can anyone from the AutoIt team give me some details about it (like how far is it from stable) I played with Maps around a little bit, but I did not find any bugs (which is a good thing)... I think its ready for release Thanks in Advance, TD
  10. Hi all. I just download and install the last release (I was waiting for a while to use the new Maps functionnality) But the script fails in the array declaration : MsgBox(0, "", @AutoItVersion) ; says 3.3.14.0 (so I use the last version) Local $mControls[] ==> Variable subscript badly formatted.: Local $mControls[] Local $mControls[^ ERROR Someone else can try it ? (I think it's a problem from me, but I don't understand...)
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