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I can not do anything with any user in the "Local Users Group"
I tried from my account but I could not change my password (ie set new password)!
But I was able to activate the Administrator account and I logged into the Administrator account and still could not do anything with my account! But I can set the password and disable the Administrator account from my account or Administrator.
Any ideas? (Ignore the click on the Sign-in option in the Change Accout settings.)
When I want to test Example 1 of Function _IECreate (AutoIt Help File), I see that function _IECreate doesn't work in Windows 10.
Syntax Check (Ctrl+F5) gives no errors.
; Create a browser window and navigate to a website #include <IE.au3> Local $oIE = _IECreate("www.autoitscript.com")
The error I receive with F5 (Tools, Go) in SciTE:
Does AutoIT supported in Windows 10 OS (x64)?
After installing AutoIT in x64 OS and recompiling code,
I get a lot of error messages...
The DriveGetDrive command returned all drives (option "ALL") for years now and my program could always rely on that function. Suddenly a drive letter that was created with the subst command does not appear in the list of drives anymore. And it clearly did, because I used to react to a certain subst command by reacting to new or revoked (subst /D) drive letters.
Why is that? I think this a bug because there's no way left to list ALL drive letters anymore.
And why should I use an API command for that when this was already built in for years?
I'm making a program that has a combo control in a gui and back in win7 when the window was focused the scroll wheel could be used to scroll through it's contents, now i'm using win10 and i have to put the mouse on that control to scroll up and down.
Since now the scroll wheel works depending on where the mouse is, is there a way to make it no matter where on the gui the pointer is?
Also if the only way to do it is some complex hotkey functions will it work with pressing space to toggle a checkbox?
If you need to see what i have so far let me know and i'll copy it here.