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Create CUI instead GUI

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Hi to all, i've made a simple script, now i compiled it in CUI mode. Now i want clear the console text, but i dont have find a function to do that.

There is a way to clear the CUI text?

There is a way to set a title to this CUI application?

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I try it later...do you know how to set the title?

Thanks for your help :graduated:

EDIT:

I have found this "SetConsoleTitle" but i have not idea how to translate this in autoit.

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All work good, now i've the last question...

Is a way to do a function link "GUISetOnEvent" in a CUI application...somethink like "CUISetOnEvent"

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They don't have actionable events/controls like buttons and checkboxes, so I don't see how that would be possible.


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I just would use that function "GUISetOnEvent($GUI_EVENT_CLOSE,"_function"), but ofc with a cui application :graduated:

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I cant know if a CUI programm is close?...I want to run a function before to exit the CUI.

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OnAutoItExitRegister

It's in the help file.


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If a user closes the console, it wont work.

Are you sure about that? I've never created a console project so I wouldn't have any scripts to test it on.

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Are you sure about that? I've never created a console project so I wouldn't have any scripts to test it on.

Yes, it terminates the process immideatly, im not even sure C atexit routines gets called.

Ever wanted to call functions in another process? ProcessCall UDFConsole stuff: Console UDFC Preprocessor for AutoIt OMG

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$NewTitle = "My New Title"
$OldTitle = WinGetTitle("[active]")
WinSetTitle($OldTitle,"",$NewTitle)

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$NewTitle = "My New Title"
$OldTitle = WinGetTitle("[active]")
WinSetTitle($OldTitle,"",$NewTitle)
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You seem to have resurrected a three year old thread to answer a question already answered by the OP.

Please don't resurrect threads without good reason. ;)

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