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i'm using adlibenable, shellexecute, hotkeyset, opt, and traysetitemonevent in my program. all these are mandatory for most of my program to work and i would like to obfuscate my script but they will all break i read. help?

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I've not read the restrictions, but being my curious self, what kind of help exactly are you looking for?

I see from here: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=108014 that you forgot to think things out before you wrote your script, but it doesn't explain what you want help with exactly.

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I've not read the restrictions, but being my curious self, what kind of help exactly are you looking for?

I see from here:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=108014 that you forgot to think things out before you wrote your script, but it doesn't explain what you want help with exactly.

I'm trying to keep my program from being cracked. In a sense if they can see certain things going on inside of it they can crack it. I just to know how I can keep those functions but still obfuscate it.

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If you want help you need to post a real question of a real problem ... assumptions won't get you much support.

Obfuscator does have limitation which as pretty logical so what is your problem?

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