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Hi, how to make autoit "monitoring" program, Basically i want autoit to autoclick "start" button only  when the program is "stop" ? thanks

 

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You need to have some way of determining the status (stopped) of the program.

Is another window open or some text somewhere showing percentage, etc?


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