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Here is my code. What it is doing, is opening the log file every loop and reading the last line to see if someone says "@vp"

Is there anyway i can do this a different way that wouldn't make the user lag so badly, because I have had a ton of complaints. :idea:

While 1
    $vp = 0
    FileOpen("demo/MP/qconsole.log", 0)
    $line = FileReadLine($file, -1)
    $vp = StringInStr($line, "@vp", 2)
    If $vp > 1 Then

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whatever Edited by MvGulik

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Try adding a sleep in your loop..

I was going to suggest that too.

For while your waiting:

- "File, Directory and Disk functions" Reference in your local AutoIt documentation.

- FileGetTime documentation at AutoIt wiki.

So any coding hints to get me started :idea:

Another nudge: If the file date hasn't changed since last check, don't bother opening it and reading to check for a change..

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