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Hi guys, 

I wonder if there is a speed meter gauge in AutoIT - did someone managed to create one without the need of excel, only using the AutoIT graphics?

There is a great example (attached) from @GreenCan here in the excel's related gauge, but I can't use excel since it's not installed on the machine I need to run the AutoIT exe script on.




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You can use e.g. GDI+ to realize this gauge. Btw, what is the gauge measuring?

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