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I have a script to do an auto install of VNC Server

However it has two options when installing the Viewer and the Server

I have the issue where when i do a record of the install its right but later it starts installing the viewer and bad stuff lol

Just wondering is there a way to tell it

If "box1" is ticked then Untick

then continue

If box 1 is unticked then continue?

Kind regards

Matthew Smith

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You will have to use an if statement.

To determine if the checkbox is checked, I think BitAnd(GUICtrlRead($hControl), $GUI_CHECKED) will work. To set the state of the control, use GUICtrlSetState().

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