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;AutoItSetOption ("CaretCoordMode", 2)
AutoItSetOption("WinTitleMatchMode", 4)
$fille = @DesktopDir & '\Captcha.txt'
$dfile = @DesktopDir & '\DeCapLog.txt'
$file = @DesktopDir & '\MoolaLogin.txt'
Global $running = 0
Opt("TrayOnEventMode",1)
Opt("TrayMenuMode",1)
Opt("TrayIconHide", 0)
Opt('MouseCoordMode',0)
TraySetOnEvent($TRAY_EVENT_PRIMARYUP,"SpecialEvent")
TraySetState()

That's all around it. I don't think I need to post anymore, it's a thousand line code.

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Juvigy

$fille = @DesktopDir & '\Captcha.txt'
$dfile = @DesktopDir & '\DeCapLog.txt'
$file = @DesktopDir & '\MoolaLogin.txt'

This code doesnt create files. It just creates strings that you can use for file names.

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AlmarM

$fille = @DesktopDir & '\Captcha.txt'
$dfile = @DesktopDir & '\DeCapLog.txt'
$file = @DesktopDir & '\MoolaLogin.txt'

This code doesnt create files. It just creates strings that you can use for file names.

Yeah...

$fille = @DesktopDir & '\Captcha.txt'
$dfile = @DesktopDir & '\DeCapLog.txt'
$file = @DesktopDir & '\MoolaLogin.txt'

FileWrite($fille, "TextGoesHere")
FileWrite($dfile, "TextGoesHere")
FileWrite($file, "TextGoesHere")

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Gui

Yeah...

$fille = @DesktopDir & '\Captcha.txt'
$dfile = @DesktopDir & '\DeCapLog.txt'
$file = @DesktopDir & '\MoolaLogin.txt'

FileWrite($fille, "TextGoesHere")
FileWrite($dfile, "TextGoesHere")
FileWrite($file, "TextGoesHere")

:D

Well, when ever I used it in the past, the files always got written in, and were there when the time came where I wrote in them. Now, when i'm doing the same thing, and try to get the first strings of the files, it's that array error, and there is no file. But i'll try again I guess. I even tried _FileCreate($file), and no luck.

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Gui

- What program is suppose to create those log's, and when? (I don't see any file write commands in your example(s), so that can't be it.)

- Why do you think your script is responsible for this problem? "I don't think I need to post anymore, it's a thousand line code"

It automates something, and was very hard to do. As well as it's my code, and I don't wish to share it. I'm sorry if people usually do here.

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Gui

Have you changed your OS, or turned on UAC ?

If so try #RequireAdmin

What is OS, and UAC?

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whim

$fille = @DesktopDir & '\Captcha.txt'
$dfile = @DesktopDir & '\DeCapLog.txt'
$file = @DesktopDir & '\MoolaLogin.txt'

Mhhh... are you sure the Moola ToS allow you to f* around with their logins

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"This code helps Moola prevent illegitimate automated sign-ups"

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Juvigy

OS = Operating system

UAC = User Access Control

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Gui

Thanks , and I solved it. I just moved the files to closely where they were firstly going to be used. Thanks everyone.

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