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hello guys.

i am using autoit for a while now

but i'm wandering what is acticex exacly?

i know that activex is a way to let ur browser execute some code.

but is it realy possible to write a web application in autoit?

or am i wrong?

do i need to install specific files to be able to write activex

or how should i start write activex?

Gr Yucatan

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

AutoItX is an ActiveX control version of AutoIt. It allows you to pretty much perform all the following types of functions and commands you would use in AutoIt but its more robust.

you can download it here with the beta

also refer to this

Edited by Cars0n66

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Cars0n66, the poster was asking about ActiveX, not AutoItX.

ActiveX is a technology designed by Microsoft which allows applications to access code that has a known name. Instead of loading a dll which may be in the wrong place, an ActiveX object is not loaded by the file name, but by the application name.

AutoItX is not for writing web applications. AutoIt is not exactly a web language.

Edited by Richard Robertson

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hello guys.

i am using autoit for a while now

but i'm wandering what is acticex exacly?

i know that activex is a way to let ur browser execute some code.

but is it realy possible to write a web application in autoit?

or am i wrong?

do i need to install specific files to be able to write activex

or how should i start write activex?

Gr Yucatan

i miss read that please disregard.

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