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How do I close _ArrayDisplay window?

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Message box has automatic window shut down, what am I missing to automatically shut down _ArrayDisplay window?

MsgBox(4096, "Test", "This box will time out in 10 seconds", 10)

Function reference doesn't address the issue of closing the window. Searched found this only thing about that function :http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=68154&st=0&p=504220&hl=array_display&fromsearch=1&#entry504220

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Not an option in the standard supplied UDF but what is holding you back from copying it and updating it with this option for your own use?


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Thanks for your reply. I have about 15 hours total experience of playing around with the many powerful function of AutoIt, my interpretation of what you are saying to me is: I should consider taking my time and resources to develop or add to the standard supplied UDF so that the users might have more functionality with the _ArrayDisplay function. Or that I have as much time and power to create a new function that has similar features as the _ArrayDisplay function. If I am interpreting your reply correctly then my answer is yes that is a good suggestion and I will consider it for the future. I am very thankful for AutoIt and hope that soon I will be able to make as much useful contributions as so many others have on this forum. I appreciate you letting me know it is not currently an option for this function. Cheers.

Not an option in the standard supplied UDF but what is holding you back from copying it and updating it with this option for your own use?

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You are reading much more into it then intended. The standard supplied UDF's do what we feel is needed by the general users of them.

You can easily copy the code from the Include file, in this case array.au3, and add the option to it to have it time out and close automatically.

This is really not that difficult to do and most of the coding is there to use.

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Oh, ok. I see. I'll take a look at that.

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You can easily copy the code from the Include file, in this case array.au3, and add the option to it to have it time out and close automatically. . .Jos

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