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Noob Help?

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obviously just started this and im already confused at the help file :whistle:

firstly, how do you set the .ini to open an executable?

i tried the code to open run menu:

;=====

send, {LWIN}r

send, C:{\}Folder{\}File.exe

send, {enter}

;=====

but the backslashes didnt show up

guess i should just start at that and postr more as i run into them

thanks

Sera


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You need to press the Windows key down then hit R and then release the windows key.

The double \\ is translated to \ ...

So someyhing like this should do it:

send, {LWINDOWN}r{LWINUP}
send, C:\\Folder\\File.exe
send, {ENTER}

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AutoIt v2? or is this AutoHotKey..

anywhatso,... to run a file...

Run, C:\\Folder\\File.exe

for every 1 slash include 2...

LAr.

this is 2... autoIt3 is only beta right?

so does this incluse both backslash (\\) and slash(//)?


~Sera

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oic... works good thanks


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

haha... already got a second dealie...

im looking through the help file for basics and im working on mouseclick

ive used

LeftClick, <0>, <74>

LeftClick, <40>, <40>

LeftClick, <30>, <40>

LeftClick, <40>, <0>

just to see the scale of numbers and it always seems to click in the same place

*EDIT*

same problem with drag, moves to exact same spot

Edited by seraphant

~Sera

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the <> just denotes a "field". Do not use them in your syntax...

LeftClick, <0>, <74>

should be...

LeftClick, 0, 74

Larry

oh... heh... im used to html... guess that about clears it up for now

thanks


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whoa... im reading the help file over again and copy/pasting the basics into sortove a 'cheat sheet'

i can actually understand some of them now

i appreciate this man, most admins that ive seen *COUGHCOUGHHALOCOUGH* are more powermongers than moderators. This really helped...


~Sera

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He's trying to trick you!  His last sig was "yearns to boot members" :whistle:

he could never take me... im much too powerful B)

please dont hurt me.


~Sera

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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

hm.... another question...

WinHide, <Window Title> [,<Window Text>]

WinShow, <Window Title> [,<Window Text>]

WinRestore, <Window Title> [,<Window Text>]

WinMinimize, <Window Title> [,<Window Text>]

WinMaximize, <Window Title> [,<Window Text>]

WinActivate, <Window Title> [,<Window Text>]

WinClose, <Window Title> [,<Window Text>]

If the window exists, the relevant command (i.e. minimizing, hiding, activating, etc.) will be performed.

most of the winwait... and window commands (above) refer to 'window text.'

what does that stand for?

*EDIT*

im an idiot nvm

Edited by seraphant

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how do i get into the autoit's reveal mode?


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i got it. i was trying to run 'autoit.exe /reveal' but it worked after i browsed and added '/reveal' to the entire command line wxcellent...


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