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How to minimize AutoIT to tray (Scite) during a run (F5)

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How to have AutoIT mimimize while running a script?

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Add this line to the top of your script: :)

WinSetState("[CLASS:SciTEWindow]", "", @SW_MINIMIZE)

I will have a look inside the SciTE options to see if there is something there, but I do not remember seeing anything. ;)



Just found an old post by Jos to say that there is no option to do this. :(

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Well, it worked for me perfectly, thanks!

Sometimes I work with my laptop and space is precious this will really help! ;)

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