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Hello everyone.

I have a code with ControlListView and when i debug or run it by myself as Double Click or Open on file so it run very well. But when i open it with My Application ( Write on C# ) then it dont work ?

My Code to open Autoit3 Script by


So now how i can fixing it ?

Please help me :( Thank you

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Hello, and welcome to the forum!

From what i understand, you are trying to open a compiled autoit script in another application, wrote in C# and it doesn't open...

From my point of view, if the autoit script runs fine, compiled or not, there's no problem with it, and there's nothing i can do for you, because i know nothing about C#.

Only a expert on C# is able to tell you if it doesnt open because of the syntax or whatever.


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