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autoit timeouts?

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im hopeing someone can help...

When my script does regreds and the registry key arent there, it looks for about 60 seconds before the script continues on..

The msgbox has a timeout option but many the auto commands dont. Can anyone tell how / what you do when you dont want to wait. Can I add a timeout for the entire scripts maybe? How can i add a time out for commands that have them.

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There are only time out values available where either the Windows dialog or the Windows API function call allows time outs. The Windows Message box dialog has it available, regread doesn't.


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Use autoit timers? Check out TimerInit() and TimerDiff on the help file.

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