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I can't compile .au3 scripts to .exe with standard icon (right click menu)

 

Tested with v3.3.14.2 (clean & full install)

- Windows 7 Enterprise - SP1 - x64

- Windows 8.1 Enterprise N - x64

 

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(ps at mods.. please move topic into right subforum)

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Please give us more info... something like Au3wrapper in your script so that we can identify your problem :)


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1. Clean & Full Install from AutoIt

2. Rightclick on desktop to create a new .au3 file

3. Fill the file (Notepad++) with a simple MsgBox(0, "Test", "This is a test")

4. Rightclick on .au3 file to compile in x86 and x64

=> no icon

 

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Same with Scite and compile with Scite

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Did you populate the Icon field?


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If I don't change anything and put no icon in there it should use the default AutoIt Icon, or not?

https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/intro/compiler.htm

(It's a clean install without any changes)

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If you need the default AutoIt Icon, you need to select it :)

The default Icon is located at C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\Icons

 

TD :D


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Before I started AutoIt :P (Version 3.3.12.0 IIRC)


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Look at this:

https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/intro/compiler.htm

Method 2 - Right Click

Only available if full install performed.

1.  In Explorer browse to the .au3 file that you wish to compile.

2.  Right-click the file to access the pop-up menu.

        compile-rightclick.png

3.  The file will be silently compiled with the same filename - just with a .exe extension.

When compiling in this way, Aut2Exe uses current icon/compression settings (from the last time Aut2Exe was run manually as in method 1).

 

So run Aut2Exe manually and choose desired icon which then will be used at compiling by right click ...

 

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@kaesereibe, to answer your question the change was made almost exactly two years ago. A quick search of the forum would have produced a number of threads where this has been asked and answered, such as this one:

 

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