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Scripty

You can count with +=

Using TimerInit() and TimerDiff() may help you more.

or you could check the actual time with @Hour, @Min, @Sec

Func test ()

you got me thinkin

that time/date maybe was more important

so can i do this?

func test ()

while 1

ControlSend("[CLASS:Notepad]", "", "Edit1", "the time/date is" & $timedate" & @CRLF)

sleep(100)

WEnd

endfunc

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JLogan3o13

Hi, Scripty. Have you tried it? What was the result? :)


√-1 2^3 ∑ π, and it was delicious!

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Andreik

Maybe is enough to send to notepad edit control just F5. By pressing this key the time and date will be insert in control.

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Scripty

Maybe is enough to send to notepad edit control just F5. By pressing this key the time and date will be insert in control.

im your biggest fan dident know that :)

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caleb41610

Func test ()

you got me thinkin

that time/date maybe was more important

so can i do this?

func test ()

while 1

ControlSend("[CLASS:Notepad]", "", "Edit1", "the time/date is" & $timedate" & @CRLF)

sleep(100)

WEnd

endfunc

Both of your topics could have been answered by yourself. Try it yourself!

We would rather hear: "I tried doing this but it didn't work. Can someone show me where my errors are?"

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Scripty

Both of your topics could have been answered by yourself. Try it yourself!

We would rather hear: "I tried doing this but it didn't work. Can someone show me where my errors are?"

sorry :/ will do from now on

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caleb41610

sorry :/ will do from now on

I hope I didn't come off as mean. But trying it, more often than not, leads to an answer.

Also if you flat out state your goal, generally people will provide you with a pretty thorough answer for how to achieve it, or let you know where to start looking.

The help on this forum is amazing! Just have to give things a shot first or you may start getting annoyed responses from some people.

Good luck!

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