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How to make for example _IECreate("www.autoitscript.com") automatic stop if not fully loaded for 10second.

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#include <ie.au3>

_IELoadWaitTimeout(10000); Set to wait for 10 seconds
$oIE = _IECreate("www.warcraftmovies.com", 0, 1)

If $oIE.readystate <> 4 Then
    $oIE.stop
    MsgBox(0, "Slow...", "Page was too slow, loading stopped")
EndIf


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#include <ie.au3>

_IELoadWaitTimeout(10000); Set to wait for 10 seconds
$oIE = _IECreate("www.warcraftmovies.com", 0, 1)

If $oIE.readystate <> 4 Then
    $oIE.stop
    MsgBox(0, "Slow...", "Page was too slow, loading stopped")
EndIf

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#include <ie.au3>

_IELoadWaitTimeout(10000); Set to wait for 10 seconds
$oIE = _IECreate("www.warcraftmovies.com", 0, 1)

If $oIE.readystate <> 4 Then
    $oIE.stop
    MsgBox(0, "Slow...", "Page was too slow, loading stopped")
EndIf

Nothing wrong with this, but without dipping into native COM...

#include <ie.au3>

_IELoadWaitTimeout(10000); Set to wait for 10 seconds
$oIE = _IECreate("www.warcraftmovies.com", 0, 1)

If _IEPropertyGet($oIE, "readystate") <> 4 Then
    _IEAction($oIE, "stop")
    MsgBox(0, "Slow...", "Page was too slow, loading stopped")
EndIf

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