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if the gui will be responsible for creating heat

should there be a limit switch


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just send a link if you want


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Well, I must say, your user name is definitely well chosen, because I'm not sure what that might mean in your "secret language", because it makes no sense in English.


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maybe something like this

#include <guicreateLimitswitch.au3>

over

turn fan on


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in my day you can send computer code functions

is this not available anymore?


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autoit wrote the code to open my cdrom

so whats up?


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Open the CD tray on drive E:

CDTray("E:", "open")


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MY CPU IS COOLING

HAD TO MANUAL SHUT SHUT DOWN

ANY WAY TO AUTOit ;)


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GOTTA GO


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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

GOTTA GO

Next time you do this game of posting all this short post in a short period again, you will be given a posting ban.

You will either learn to type proper posts and explaining you issues including the Script code you have problems with or don't bug us.

In this case you likely created a loop that hogs the CPU, but we can only judge this after you shown your script.

Jos

Edited by Jos

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I admit

" i was playing quake 3"

It was not your script i was having a problem with ;)


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#12 ·  Posted (edited)

wait a second here; i have an image coming through the mist; it's becoming clearer and clearer.

oh; i can see it clearly now so let me take this opportunity to say goodbye while there remains an opportunity to do so.

for the 'normal' members of the forum; i appologize but there are times when

i just can't resist the temptation to feed the trolls.

Edited by GEOSoft

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