Hi Virtual People,
I'm trying to lock my screen in Windows 10 but to no avail.
Has Windows 10 forbidden this feature?
Send("#l") Above code does not work. Even sending Ctrl Alt Del does not work nor as an Admin.
Note: I want to lock my screen, not log off. Thanks for been kind.
any suggestion to track down, why a script is freezing after a longer run time?
This is a general question, I've checked the common mistakes, I've made so far (inside a loop doing fileopen() without fileclose(), runwait() for progs, that don't terminate, infinite recursive loops etc.)
This script stops just after several days of running...
Is there a direct way to "count" the amount of MEM and handles, a autoit script is using itself, or by child processes?
I recently installed AutoIT(the most recent version) on my work computer and everytime I try to use Koda to generate code for a GUI Koda freezes....nothing can be clicked on and I have to use task manager to end the task. It doesn't seem to matter if I open a file or if I try with a fresh design. It also freezes if I try to change any settings within Koda
I've tried uninstalling everything AutoIT related and reinstalling and restarting the computer. No matter what it still does it
Is there a setting somewhere that could be causing this?
This is probably very basic but I am trying to run Koda FormDesigner and if I click on "Generate Form Code" or "Generate Options" it freezes the program. Any ideas on how to fix this?
I've run into the problem where multiple script processes writing to a log file at the same time can interfere with one another. That is, file writes using FileWriteLine are not atomic, so a line of text from one process can have fragments of text from other processes mixed in with it. Exclusive file-locking should take care of the problem.
Looking through the standard UDFs, I see that _WinAPI_LockFile is available, but according to the MSDN documentation it doesn't block - it returns immediately if the lock can't be obtained - and there doesn't seem to be a UDF for the LockFileEx function. I considered writing my own UDF for LockFileEx, but some aspects (e.g., creating the OVERLAPPED structure and its members) look too complex for the amount of time I have available. I think approximating LockFileEx using LockFile could solve my problem, but I'd like to keep it simple while still working reliably. I'm not confident that (e.g.) a simple retry loop to simulate blocking will be adequate.
Any suggestions for a simple way to achieve exclusive file-locking with blocking?