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Hi. where can I find information about INET_DOWNLOADERROR arbitrary return value? I don't want to look Autoit Internally :yawn:


I've checked internally. Errors come from Autoit Internal (maybe Constants I think) base on InternetReadFile+HttpSendRequest and Path verification...


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