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_IECreateEmbedded dont wait for load because my GUI freezes

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When using _IECreateEmbedded, like in the example in the AutoIT help, it waits till the page is completely loaded before you can do anything else in your GUI. Therefore if the page doesnt load for some reason i.e a problem with the website or internet connection etc, the GUI will not repspond to any user request so the only way to close GUI is task manager.

Is there a workaround for this?


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It happens sometime. It crashes for some reason as you mentioned and it stuck. But i dont know if it is ur IE, ur computer problem or ur GUI problem.

If you want you can post some code to test it and then people can tell you whats going on

I feel nothing.It feels great.

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There is an $f_wait parameter you can pass to _IECreate. You can also use _IELoadWaitTimeout to change how long it will wait for the load (default is 5 minutes).


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