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With the previous version 3.3.0.0 the function =Opt("OnExitFunc","MsgBoxHookDeRegister")= worked...now in the latest version of Auto-It it says ==Opt() called with illegal argument 1: "OnExitFunc"==

I am using the CustomMsgBox.au3 udf file. Do i need to change "MsgBoxHookDeRegister" or is there an alternative command to this?

I have also noticed a major "lag" when trying to close a menu via the (x) on the right hand top corner...

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Jos

With the previous version 3.3.0.0 the function =Opt("OnExitFunc","MsgBoxHookDeRegister")= worked...now in the latest version of Auto-It it says ==Opt() called with illegal argument 1: "OnExitFunc"==

I am using the CustomMsgBox.au3 udf file. Do i need to change "MsgBoxHookDeRegister" or is there an alternative command to this?

I have also noticed a major "lag" when trying to close a menu via the (x) on the right hand top corner...

Have you read the "script braking changes" in the helpfile which is linked in the History page?

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MariusN

Have you read the "script braking changes" in the helpfile which is linked in the History page?

You're right...sorry Jos...Will have a look at it now :D

Ok...I did this and it seems to work..

OnAutoItExitUnRegister("MsgBoxHookDeRegister")

Can someone explain WHY you have to register a function as i always used it without registering...

Never mind i came right...Just want to tell the other scripters who hasnt worked with this new version of AutoIt yet...it ROCKS!! much more function 2 :huggles:

thx Admin

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