WinSetState ("[CLASS:OpusApp]", "", @SW_SHOWMAXIMIZED) and WinSetState ("[CLASS:OpusApp]", "", @SW_MAXIMIZE) don't maximize the window. Using WinSetState("[CLASS:OpusApp]","",@SW_RESTORE) allows me to maximize it about 15% of the time. I've tried using WinMove("[active]",0,0,@Desktopwidth,@Desktopheight), but that only makes it worse. I've also tried putting in a sleep and maximizing it again. Does anyone have a solution?
Here's my code:
The startup script is intentionally commented, because I'm not testing it right now. The other comment is just for debugging when I need it.
UPDATE: When I run two instances of the program, it works almost all the time, but if I copy the code inside the else statement twice it doesn't work at all (despite the fact that it's running the same code just in one program vs two). I also noticed that when I run two instances of it, about 50% of the time when it opens both the windows, it also hits the windows button and types the letter d into the search box. Neither of these actions are in my code. I'm not really sure what's going on.
_ArrayDisplay($aArray, "Window Title", "1:", 0, Default, "Column") ; Expected results are rows 1 to the end of the array, all columns. The result is rows 0-1, all columns. The API reference is here:
Am I doing something wrong?
I just playing around with _ArrayMin for my next project, but seems like it's not working. I think the code is OK, but I always get the value of $aArray, not col 2's lowest value (see attached image)
Because of me wondering if I could access the key/value pair arrays with the numbers as indexes, I have found out that the zeroth element for some reason doesn't return anything.
Here's the example:
local $r $r["test1"]="hello" $r["test2"]="how are you" msgbox(64, $r, $r) ; prints the ["test2"] but not ["test1"]. Is this even supposed to be a thing?
BTW, I haven't seen Autoit get updated since 2015; is it abandened or something?
Any help/clarification appreciated.
Here is an UDF for managing printers.
Features are :
- add, remove or rename a printer
- add or remove a driver
- add or remove a TCP/IP printer port
- add or remove a LPR printer port
- connect to a remote printer
- enum printers and there configuration and properties
- pause resume or cancel all jobs of a printer
- checks if a printer exists
- print a test page
- set the default printer