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SimpleQ: How to find where functions without #include are located?

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Aktonius

I want to see how some function operate but i am unable to find them. For functions which have #include this is obviously easy, but what about those who dont?

Btw: tried search!

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monoscout999

imposible. look the help file that's the best you'll find

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monoscout999

You find them the same way you find functions in includes, Tools>Jump to Function (CTRL+J)

you can`t with native autoit functions(the ones that don`t are in any include).

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Zedna

I want to see how some function operate but i am unable to find them. For functions which have #include this is obviously easy, but what about those who dont?

There are Autoit's sources for older 3.1.0 version

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/files/archive/autoit/autoit-v3.1.0-src.exe

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AdmiralAlkex

you can`t with native autoit functions(the ones that don`t are in any include).

That's a unnecessary thing to say. Of course you can't find functions that doesn't exist.

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And now that I've seen the description, I must say that Aktonius is really bad at creating threads. Don't put information that completely change the subject in the thread description. Go download the source from the archives.

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monoscout999

That's a unnecessary thing to say. Of course you can't find functions that doesn't exist.

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And now that I've seen the description, I must say that Aktonius is really bad at creating threads. Don't put information that completely change the subject in the thread description. Go download the source from the archives.

Just today i realize that maybe he referred to functions that you created while working on a script, and for those is like you said CTRL+J

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Aktonius

There are Autoit's sources for older 3.1.0 version

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/files/archive/autoit/autoit-v3.1.0-src.exe

Thanks

And now that I've seen the description...

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I really wonder how you missed it in the first place...

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guinness

I really wonder how you missed it in the first place...

Easy if you're using the IP.Board.Mobile theme thats how, plus it doesn't take a lot to include the information in your post.

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AdmiralAlkex

I really wonder how you missed it in the first place...

We could start with how it's written in a location and in colors that wasn't designed to catch your attention. Your writing wasn't exactly drawing attention either.

Also:

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And then there's also the mobile version as guinness said.

:mellow:

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Aktonius

Easy if you're using the IP.Board.Mobile theme thats how, plus it doesn't take a lot to include the information in your post.

They might improve that theme then, it has mini description and requires magnifier(perhaps one made in au3) to use?

I could add more info you are right but it felt kinda redundant.

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Aktonius

We could start with how it's written in a location and in colors that wasn't designed to catch your attention. Your writing wasn't exactly drawing attention either.

No intention to insult authors but i would never use themes like that, also it seems Zedna understood it perfectly.

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