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_IECreate causing mouse flicker

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Hi All,

Right off the bat, I'm not a programmer and I couldn't find anything obvious about my question, so forgive me if there is something already out there... I've created a script to check for available turns on DailyGammon.com. It uses _IECreate to open the site, _IEBodyReadText to check for certain text present, then _IEQuit to close. I had a problem logged in as another account with it asking about reloading a page that might have purchasing info on it, so I chose to open and close each time for the check. Everything seems to work fine, but during this process, the windows spinning circle comes on next to the mouse and flickers. Also, it seems to cause my windows key not to work until I manually click on the start button again, then it works fine. Anyone have any suggestions? Seems to happen on my Win7 Pro(32bit), Win7 Home Premium(32bit) and Win7 Enterprise(64bit).

Here's the code:


It's fairly sloppy. I need to consider a function for the settings.txt re-creation, but it's working and I'm lazy on figuring it out. :huh2: Anyways, I think that's probably unrelated to this problem.




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That's a web-based game site, isn't it? We don't deal with game automation on this forum. Read the sticky posts at the top of the forum for the rules.


Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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