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bufust

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bufust

Hello i got a simple question i can do it allday in c++ but for this i find it weird cause i dont get the same problem when i load a website with flash...

Okay with autoit m when i use this

include <IE.AU3>

$oIE = _IECreate()

_IENavigate($oIE, "some site with flash object music video or something.")

The website loads up but when it comes up it tells me that i need to install adobe flash. when it is allready installed

like i said i can do this in c++ easy but autoit for some reason sense im new im probly lookin to hard into everything i try to get it to

work but i cant seem to get it.

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twitchyliquid64

You could use RUNDOS() function to open your webpage. The command you would pass to RUNDOS is 'start http://website that you want to go to.'


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bufust

You could use RUNDOS() function to open your webpage. The command you would pass to RUNDOS is 'start http://website that you want to go to.'

thank you ill try that :)

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bufust

thank you that way works fine thanks again

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AdmiralAlkex

You're just embedding IE so all you need to do is install Flash for IE.

Now, if it still doesn't work, then I would guess that you're on a x64 system running x64 AutoIt without having x64 Flash installed.

Solutions=

A. Install x64 Flash (there seems to be a beta available)

B. Run x86 AutoIt. Set "#AutoIt3Wrapper_UseX64=n". Install SciTE4AutoIt3 if you don't already have it.

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