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Keeping my GUI from going "UNRESPONSIVE"

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I have a script which uses multiple custom made functions - in which 90% use WinHTTP functions or web requests. For those of you who have experience with AutoIt Web Requesting, it causes the AutoIt GUI to go Unresponsive (that is - if many WR functions are running side by side). Is there a possible solution to this? I've heard _AdLibEnable ;but I thought that just lowers process usage or something, and didn't figure that would help. Anyways, any options do - able would be greatly appreciated!

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Maybe you could use WinHTTP in asynchronous mode.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

John: That's for interrupting a loop, which I already know how to do. I don't think that could help with a GUI going unresponsive. :) ; Thanks though.

Maybe you could use WinHTTP in asynchronous mode.

Asynchronous mode? I don't get that - how? Thanks for the reply by the way.

Edited by Gui

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