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Install .air file

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What is the best way to install a .air file with autoit?
So far the programs understand if a usb driver is plugged in and opens the path which holds the .air file and runs it.

I tried to install it using tabs and other keys but that is problematic.

Could be there a solution to install in via command line or something where I can change things like installation location like in the normal installation?

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I'm not familiar with .air files, so I cannot really say.

However, if you provide the code you have created so far, and perhaps more detail and some screenshots, then one or more of us here may be able to help.


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