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Hi.

 I just installed the latest full editor , and when I tried to compile my script it gace me an "Access is denied." message.

 I didn't have it on the regular editor.

 Any help will be great!

Thanks!

 

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi.

 

 I just installed the latest full editor , and when I tried to compile my script it gace me an "Access is denied." message.

 

 I didn't have it on the regular editor.

 

 Any help will be great!

 

Thanks!

Show me all the SciTE Outputpane information so we can see what is going on.

Try running the editor in admin mode. (right click > Run as Administrator)

Shouldn't be needed when the Lite version was working.

Jos

Edited by Jos

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

I found this to be helpful when prevented from saving files into Program Files tree

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/1911-take-ownership-shortcut.html

You can right click a folder and click it in the context menu.  It runs a recursive batch to take ownership of the files.  Don't run it on C:  or Windows.  But Program Files is fine.  I don't have to compile or edit as admin in W7 or W8 after running it.

Edit:  make a restore point first.  But I believe the ownership is the same from Vista up.  Better if you get the batch for your OS to be sure.

Edit2:  I'm on W8 with MS login.  Account is in admin group.  If you are using a lower privileged account you may want to move your scripts folder out from under Program Files.  I moved mine to C:MyDocsMyScripts.  It still wanted me to take ownership.  But that may be safer than owning the PF tree from a regular account.  I guess I could have moved it under my user folder but I hate messing with long paths.

Edited by MilesAhead

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Jos, this is the output

>"C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\SciTE\AutoIt3Wrapper\AutoIt3Wrapper.exe" /ShowGui /in "C:UsersdushkinDownloadsKeywords search new.au3"
>Access is denied.

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That means you don't have access to execute AutoIt3Wrapper.

Check your Security settings and the possibility that your Anti-virus is interfering.

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MilesAhead, thanls for you kind help.

 

I must say I was a little bit confused.

If you could sumup the steps I need to take I'll be greatfull

I am running Win7 64bit.

Thanks.

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Jos, my bitdefender alerts all the time (but also when I used the basic editor)...

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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

Jos, It is definetly bitdefender  !

I disabled it and now I got:

>"C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\SciTE\AutoIt3Wrapper\AutoIt3Wrapper.exe" /ShowGui /in "C:UsersdushkinDownloadsKeywords search new.au3"
'C:Program' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
>Exit code: 1    Time: 0.112
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Jos, my bitdefender alerts all the time (but also when I used the basic editor)...

Not sure what you are trying to tell me here. I would think when you get alerts from BitDefender you would know that this is something to look at or am I missing something?

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I meant it alerted when building the autoit exe's... :-)

I excluded AutoIt3Wrapper now from the bitdefender list and it ok now.

But it gives me the last error message I posted

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Have you checked if the path is correct and if the AutoIt3Wrapper.exe is indeed there and can be started?

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#14 ·  Posted (edited)

I looked in 

c:Program Files (x86)AutoIt3SciTEAutoIt3Wrapper

There is AutoIt3Wrapper.au3.

Should there be exe as well? I found no AutoIt3Wrapper.exe under the installation directory.

There are also AutoIt3Wrapper.ini.example and Directives.au3 there

By the way, I saw on the forum suggestions to install the leatest editor. This is what I have done but it doesn't help.

Isn;t there any place to modify a path?

I thought embedded.properties is the place, but it didn't let me save the file...

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Yes, there needs to be an AutoIt3Wrappe.exe as well as that is started by the different shortcuts.

Just do a reinstall of the SciTE4utoIt3 installer.

Jos

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Jos, that worked!!!

Thanks!

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I would change the best answer to Jos's post rather then yours, as it might confuse people.


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#18 ·  Posted (edited)

MilesAhead, thanls for you kind help.

I must say I was a little bit confused.

If you could sumup the steps I need to take I'll be greatfull

I am running Win7 64bit.

Thanks.

 

If you go to the tutorial, the download is a .reg file.  In those tutorials that have a .reg (registry settings) file to install, they also provide a .reg file to remove the feature.  In this case the Explorer context(right click) menu will have a Take Ownership command when you right click a file or folder, after you run the .reg file(think of it as an installer.)  To take ownership of an entire folder tree just right click a folder and click Take Ownership.  Of course you can also take ownership of a single file by right clicking on the file.

It just runs the command line takeown command filling in the proper switches and file names.  When you run it you will see a command prompt with the command lines scrolling up as it does each file.

The tutorial has an in depth explanation of takeown and the whys and hows.

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