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Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 2)

ControlClick("codebuffer1.au3", "Tab", 354, "left") 
ControlSend("codebuffer1.au3", "Tab", 354, "{F5}")

So after using SciTE with AutoIT for a few months, I decided I'd like to test different buffer code while working on an included page on a different buffer. So send a control click to Scite to click then send F5? I was thinking it would work but it does not for me. Using the finder tool it appears the tab is Control ID 354 and with WinTitleMatchMode set to '2' I was expecting results... Can anyone show me the error of my ways?

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You can only run one script in SciTE at a time unless you start a separate script not from SciTE. That may be your issue. You could use ShellExecute instead with the path to the codebuffer1.au3 as your parameter

ShellExecute(@AutoItExe, '"C:\PathToDirectoryWhereCodeBuffer1.au3\codebuffer1.au3"')


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