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I was wondering if it was possible to save my inputs from a guiinputbox. so when i restart the script it remeber what i wrote.  there is too much mess on my script so I will try make it clearer with this exapmle.

#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>

GUICtrlCreateLabel("I would like to save my input into this box. if possible displayed when i restart. but it has to rember it", 5, 10)
$myvar = GUICtrlCreateInput("",5,30)
GUICtrlCreateLabel("this is not my main gui but a seperate one", 5, 50)

I use the guicrtlread function when they press ok on this seperate gui. and it remember what i told it until I restart the script :/ I want it to somehow save my inputs so it still remember when I restart the script.

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I suggest saving the values in an ini file (look at the Ini* functions in the Help file) or in the registry (look for the Reg* functions). I would recommend the former unless you are experienced in registry operations. :)


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