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Hi allI have a program that has ActiveX hooks can i work wht them in a autoit

here a vbscript that works

Dim mUIV

Set mUIV = CreateObject("UIView32.clsUIV")

Dim acount

MsgBox("Total Stations: " & mUIV.intStationCount)

For acount = 0 To mUIV.intStationCount -1



can i do this in autoit

thanks for any help

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Well, using AutoItX you could reference AutoIt in that same script without recoding it in the AutoIt scripting language.

To do this natively in AutoIt, you need to get the 3.1.1+++ beta that you'll find referenced in the Programmers forum here (see the topic of the same name). It includes COM support through an ObjCreate call and the helpfile installed with that version has the documentation and examples you'll need to get started.


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Reproducer: a small (the smallest?) piece of stand-alone code that demonstrates your trouble

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