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open a file, when it becomes a sertain time

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Is it possible, for a script in autoit, to open files at a sertain time. Example, when it becomes 1:38 P.M. it turns on? I searched for it in the help file, and have been searching the forums for an hour. Someone please help, if you can.

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I don't know about at a sertain time but it can be done at a "certain" time

If @Hour = 13 AND @Min = 38 Then
    ;; Open the file in here
EndIf

If you want the script to just idle around waiting for the time then try

Do
    Sleep(1000)
Until @Hour = 13 AND @Min = 38
;; Open the file in here

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I don't know about at a sertain time but it can be done at a "certain" time

If @Hour = 13 AND @Min = 38 Then
    ;; Open the file in here
EndIf

If you want the script to just idle around waiting for the time then try

Do
    Sleep(1000)
Until @Hour = 13 AND @Min = 38
;; Open the file in here

thank you both for the help. that was funny. i don't know about sertain time, but it can be done in a certain time. lol

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