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Stupid Newbie Question

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Ok, I wrote a Autoit Script to run a long seriers of commands. The problem is that sometimes one of the windows will move and my mouse coordinates will be wrong for the remainder of the script. I was wondering if there was a keystrok I could hit manually to stop AutoIt. It stinks try to hit Cntrl+Alt+Delete and fight the mouse to shut it down. Any Ideas on this?

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You can set up a hotkey. See HotKeySet in the help file.

Also, I would recommend using Control functions instead of mouse functions. They are more reliable and can act on minimized windows.

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I was wondering if there was a keystrok I could hit manually to stop AutoIt.  It stinks try to hit Cntrl+Alt+Delete and fight the mouse to shut it down.  Any Ideas on this?

.. You can just click the Autoit icon in the system tray: this will pause it, and even let you end it altogether :whistle:

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