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  1. Hi All, I am a begginer in auto it. I am trying to build simple gui that will show me if for example notepad.exe process is currently running on the system. I have built something like this, but when I execute it shows me message boxes, but I want the results to show in gui. If you can help me start with this. Thanks #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> ActiveProcess() Func ActiveProcess() GUICreate("Act") ProcessExists("wuauclt.exe") If Pr
  2. Is there any reason that ProcessExists would start returning false on a process that still .. exists? I'm having an issue that I'm so far unable to reproduce reliably, so this is more a general question/advice thread. I have a rather elaborate script running and interacting with a server application. Because the server can crash, one of the purposes of my script is to relaunch the server if it stops. I'm accomplishing this by storing the PID whenever I Run() the server, and I have an if statement with ProcessExists() in a loop to relaunch. This is a snippet: While 1 If Not Pro
  3. I wrote a script based on a loop. I want my script to check at the start of every cycle if one or more processes are still running and responding, then react if they are no more. I can do the former using ProcessExist, but how about the latter? Does exist a function that verifies if a process is still responding? Thanks in advance
  4. HotKeySet("^``", "toggle_media_controls") ; Ctrl + ` While 1 Sleep(100) WEnd If Not ProcessExists("wmplayer.exe") And RegRead("HKCU\Software\Microsoft\MediaPlayer\Preferences", "HoverTransportsEnabled") = 1 Then ; Disable autohide controls RegWrite("HKCU\Software\Microsoft\MediaPlayer\Preferences", "HoverTransportsEnabled", "REG_DWORD", "0") EndIf Func toggle_media_controls() Local $sVar = RegRead("HKCU\Software\Microsoft\MediaPlayer\Preferences", "HoverTransp
  5. Gentlemen Good morning, today I ask you a little help to you with a check I'm trying to do, it is I want to run a .exe that I did, what I do is that before running check if it is already that open, am using ProcessExists, but what happens is that I just to run first mistake, I tried to do it in different ways, but I'm not. $proceso = ProcessExists("aceptar ventanas business.exe") If $proceso > 2 Then MsgBox(16,"Error","Ya esta abierto") Else while 1 If WinExists("Recuperando los datos...")Then WinActivate("Recuperando los datos...")
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