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Au3 Command Line Switches Missing

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/Console=True no longer works...or is listed in help file. afaik it never was.


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Biatu,

 

/Console=True no longer works...or is listed in help file. afaik it never was

So why would you expect it to work? If it is not documented it does not exist. ;)

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

/Console=True no longer works...or is listed in help file. afaik it never was.

Which program are you trying this parameter on?

The /console parameter without the =true part is documented in the helpfile and available for aut2exe.

Jos

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I have attached an include that creates a console window if needed, console does not launch. it used to on previous versions.
 

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I have attached an include that creates a console window if needed, console does not launch. it used to on previous versions.

 

Not sure I understand the relation to your initial question and what you expect us to do with the attached.

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sorry realized the stupidity with the question above. ok when you include this script, a console window would spawn with versions of autoit prior to 3.3.10.x. Since the latest update the console window will not spawn. as for what to do with the attachment... on the 9th line:

#OnAutoItStartRegister "__Console__StartUp"

Which attempts to spawn a console window if using SciTE. I tried using 0x10000 with runwait and still nothing. I even used cmd /c, resulting in a console windows flashing and going away when using this simple script...

chainging the cmdline to cmd /k gives me "The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect."

cmdline= [H:Windowssystem32cmd.exe /k "H:ProgramsAutoItautoit3.exe" "D:2014.01.02- SortNew Folder (2)Console - Copy.au3" /Console=True]

#Include <Console.au3>
#Include <_Console.au3>

while Sleep(100)
    _Console_WriteOutputCharacter(-1,Chr(Random(0,255,1)),1,1)
WEnd

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nvr mind, fixed it


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