very propably this has been asked before, well, I miss the thread(s) ...
Is there a command line switch to tell the SciTE setup EXE to install silently ("/S") *AND* to end up with "edit" (instead of "run") as system wide default action for *.au3 files?
As it can be done with the config tool:
Hello everyone, has anyone of you guys tried to create an an automated installer for this?
Issue: You can't run the installer "as administrator" because opens a error message. You have double click and then you may enter the credentials..
i was trying to do this without disabling the UAC, his there any one who found a way out?
Notice: The processo runs perfectly by hand, i only need a workaround for this thing.
Ty in advance.
I have run into a bit of trouble with a project that I am working on. I currently have an autoit file calling a java script to go out and retrieve the latest install of X from an FTP Server. It works great! Well the problem I am running into now is since the file I grab is zipped I have to unzip so then I can run the installation for X. I thought I had found a way using 7-zip but I keep getting an error even if I try to run the installation myself saying "Error: Error loading XML file.. This application will now close." If I extract the files using windows explorer I am able to install the program.
I have my autoit file calling this .bat file and as a result I am unable to load from the unzipped folder due to this error loading XML file.
cd "C:\Program Files (x86)\7-zip"
7z e "C:\Users\NTS User\Documents\AutoInstall\XInstall.zip" -o"C:\Users\NTS User\Desktop\Autoit\X" -y
Am I missing something with this? If anyone could provide insight I would deeply appreciate it. Thanks again!
P.S. If I forgot to include anything just let me know!
How do I check if there is no process left in my commando line when I use aerender.
Basic code looks like this:
aerender -project c:\projects\project_1.aep -comp "Composition_1" -output c :\output\project_1\project_1.avi After this code is written aerender goes through every image to create the avi, depending to the amount of images this takes quiet a while.
Is it possible to check in Autoit if there are no running processes left in the command line or if aerender fully finished?