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Custom scripts as Include? ASAP!

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d0neBence

Hello guys!

I need some help. I don't know how to use ImageSearch.au3 like a custom script as #Include. I don't know, what is the problem with my script. It always says "Can't open include file".

Sorry for my english, i am beginner at this programming language, please help me ASAP.

-An AutoIt Noob, d0neBence

Here is the Script i wrote: New AutoIt v3 Script.au3

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d0neBence

Sorry, if you can't see my script, there is a picture of it.

MyBadScript.PNG

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d0neBence

I found a new version of it, from 2015, but it always says: Image not found.

The new script look like:

 

MyWorstScript.PNG

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JLogan3o13

Easiest method is to put the file into the Include folder, in the directory where you installed AutoIt.

In SciTE you can also define your own Include folder - Ctrl + 1 to open the SciTE Config menu.

Or, just put the entire path to the file in your #include statement

BTW, everyone wants help asap, a little silly to put that in your titles.

Edited by JLogan3o13

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d0neBence
19 minutes ago, JLogan3o13 said:

Easiest method is to put the file into the Include folder, in the directory where you installed AutoIt.

In SciTE you can also define your own Include folder - Ctrl + 1 to open the SciTE Config menu.

Or, just put the entire path to the file in your #include statement

BTW, everyone wants help asap, a little silly to put that in your titles.

Hi! Thanks for the fast reply. I defined my own folder. But the .au3 have some .dll-s. All are in one folder, and the folder is in my Own Include folder. It don't works already. There is the link, where i downloaded it: This is

Thanks again,

d0neBence

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