i have searched a lot about how to run external programs with the administrator privileges without the script running with administrator privileges using autoit
But all my attempts failed
Finally, today I found the VBS function doing this task
I immediately transferred it to our beloved language (autoit) and i decided to share it with you
i hope you like it
This is a simple example about how to use the function
runAsAdmin("cmd.exe", "/c @echo off & cls & echo test & pause", "c:\", @sw_show)
this is the function
func runAsAdmin($program, $parameters = "", $workingDir = @workingDir, $show = "") local $oShell = OBJCreate("Shell.Application") if isOBJ($oShell) then local $result = $oShell.ShellExecute($program, $parameters, $workingDir, "runas", $show) else $result = false endIf return $result endFunc
I have a request
I want a simplified example of how to create the toolbar
With an example of pressing the buttons inside this bar
Toolbar contains Three buttons
open, save, And delete
and i want If i press a button from among these buttons a MSGBox appears
I know this is easy
But I did not know how to do it
I hope you help me
I apologize for the inconvenience
Thank you in advance
I have an inquiry from you
I have a file path with commands line
Is there a way to separate the path from the commands line?
I want the result in an array
$path = '"c:\NVDA\NVDA slav Portable 1\NVDA.exe" -r -m -path="d:\NVDA Path\Portable"'
there are any method to separate this text?
i want the result to be as that
$array = "c:\NVDA\NVDA slav Portable 1\NVDA.exe"
$array = '-r -m -path="d:\NVDA Path\Portable"'
Thanks in advance
am Waiting for your answers
In the autoit file, if we add multiple libraries (both internal and custom created one)
When we compile the code and run the exe, some time we are getting runtime errors.
But the line number of error is not showing the exact line number, might be it is including the line number count of libraries also.
Can you please suggest how to get the exact error line number.
So, it will be useful for debugging.