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I've noticed that when i add @sw_hide or even minimise the output from my batch file isnt written as expected. If i remove these @ commands then it works fine.


my batch file has

reg add hklm\software\abc /v myvalue /f /d 1

in autoit i run

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & "c:\temp\my.bat", @sw_hide)

while the batch file runs it never outputs the reg value.

I realise autoit can write to the registry direct itself but this is just an example. If i replaced the reg with an echo "1" > test.txt etc that wouldnt work either if i made the process hidden.

What am i doing wrong?

Edited by flyg

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You are putting @SW_HIDE instead of workingDir.

This works:

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & "dir c:>c:\test.txt","", @sw_hide)

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