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  1. I'm working on a little monitoring script for my website, but I need to test the save function a few times as it has been tending to glitch out a little. I was thinking about AutoIt triggering "save()" every so often so I could meanwhile continue coding on other parts of the website. Of course, I could just move the mouse pointer and then do "mouseClick(left)", but as I would like this to work on my laptop too instead of modifying it, it'd be nice if AutoIt could trigger "save()" which is an onClick event. I'm not sure at all how I'd do this though :L
  2. Alright, So I am trying to make an autoit script to create a file and I just looked at the example on the function page for FileWriteLine everything seemed to make since so I added a GUISetOnEvent so that when the "done" button is pressed it will create a file with text in it and it will continue to write the text in it over and over again... I am just trying to get this to work before I do any other stuff. So I used Koda to make the gui real fast (that was the easy part) and I exported it etc and I added the GUISetOnEvent and the function from the FileWriteLine example and it doesn't work.
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