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  1. I am feeling really stupid. I cannot figure out what I am doing wrong. I followed the "Winzip" example, and I cannot get autoit to simply send an enter when the first window appears. There are 2 windows like that, and neither one gets the enter. ShellExecute("VMware-EnhancedAuthenticationPlugin-6.7.0.exe") WinWaitActive("VMware Plug-in Service Installer.","instances will be closed") Send("{ENTER}") WinWaitActive("VMware Plug-in Service Installer.","run in succession") Send("{ENTER}") WinWaitActive("VMwar
  2. Here is a small package I set up to compile autoit plugins using Tiny C Compiler. Ever since ward posted his Inline C code, Ive been in love with TCC. Its so small. 71KB! Thats just crazy. Anyway it makes a great little portable compiler. To use is very easy. Just drop the c source on the PluginCompiler.exe and walla, the file will be linked, compiled to a dll, and then compressed with UPX. Then just open up the autoit examples to test. Included in the zip is 3 plugin examples and autoit examples to go along with them. One is the original example written by Jon that comes with the Plugin SD
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