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Is there a way to record a script w/ AutoIT? ...

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Does AutoIT provide a mechanism to record a basic script, analogous to WinRunner or QTP?

It would be helpful to create a shell of a basic script to get started, and see how AutoIT recognized various objects.

Thanks very much in advance,

Chris


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Hi, SpeedMaster. In the install directory, you should find AU3Record under Extras. This will allow you to record certain functions.

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Hi, SpeedMaster. In the install directory, you should find AU3Record under Extras. This will allow you to record certain functions.

Ahh, I see it, thanks! But it complains, looking for msvcr100.dll. Need to track that down.


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Search the forum for msvcr100.dll. This has been discussed a number of times, a known issue with the Recorder.

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Search the forum for msvcr100.dll. This has been discussed a number of times, a known issue with the Recorder.

This did it, thanks very much!

http://www.softwarepolish.com/vb/Autoit-windows7.htm


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