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Run('"' & @AutoItExe & '" /AutoIt3ExecuteScript' & "c:\scriptdir\script.au3"')

How would I use @scriptdir instead of defining the full path?

I know, compiling to exe would make it so much easier, but the exe I'm trying to include with my script (created with autoit) is reported as a virus by some cheap AV programs. I'd like to give the user an option to download autoit, and use a .au3 instead of a .exe (supposedly some AV programs will not allow exceptions, and will delete the file instantly).

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I know, compiling to exe would make it so much easier, but the exe I'm trying to include with my script (created with autoit) is reported as a virus by some cheap AV programs. I'd like to give the user an option to download autoit, and use a .au3 instead of a .exe (supposedly some AV programs will not allow exceptions, and will delete the file instantly).

Maybe if you give us the code in the script you are trying to run, we could tell you why it is being detected by AV, its up to you.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

It's just a simple _GetIP script. The program I'm automating is a p2p game client (that's for a bunch of different games), and requires the user to share their IP with others (manual copy and paste). It used to have this feature built in, but since the original author's site is down, the feature is broken. My script is to fix these broken features.

#include <Inet.au3>

AutoItSetOption("TrayIconHide", 1)

$PublicIP = _GetIP()

MsgBox(262144, "IP Address", $PublicIP & " has been copied.")

ClipPut($PublicIP)

Edited by mud409

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