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_ArrayDisplay without stopping script?

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Well I've stumbled upon a phase, where I want to use the same process of autoit3 program to do my commands. What I do is I call for a list of specific items in "_ArrayDisplay" but the problem is the main process pauses while the display is active. Is there any solution for this, while doing this in the same process?

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Not while using _ArrayDisplay() unless of course you modified the function itself. _ArrayDisplay is meant priimarily for debug purposes.

That being said, _ArrayDisplay uses a ListView control to display the contents of the array. You could do the same thing to display the array contents and not have to pause the script.


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So basically I need to make a new gui just for that and add the exit/use handles into the main loop. Pain in the **s...

Thanks for clearing that up!

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It's not a pain at all. As I said, that function is for debug purposes and shouldn't be expected to perform any differently to what it does.

Writting a simple GUI with a listview control is very simple and if you look in the help file, there is even a function called _GUICtrlListView_AddArray()

Hint: It's in the User Defined Functions section.


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