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I've been using an old autoit script I modified for a macro, the last version of autoit that compiled it correctly was When I install the latest version, I see the part about script breaking changes, and the only commands/keywords that apply to my script are the Int() and Hex(). I've compiled using every possible option under and the exe always comes out the wrong size and doesn't read values correctly, rendering the program useless. However, I went back to and compiled my script successfully as I've always done.

Here's some samples from my script:


GUICtrlSetData($LABEL_GENERAL_STATUS, "Action: Working" & $k)






Is there something I need to modify so doesn't break my script? Or am I just stuck using forever for compiling, as the possibility of future versions compiling my code correctly seems very slim at the moment.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

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Welcome to the AutoIt forum. :)

I would suggest that you need to use the new parameters in the Hex and Int functions to make sure you get the correct size value returned. Try adding some errorchecking code to your scripts to see what the functions you are comparing are actually returning in the old and the scripts. Then you can adjust the parameters as required.

Let us know what you get returned from the 2 versions if you get stuck again. ;)


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