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i have this code running but it just would not start the code:

Local $rndSleep = Int (Random(180000,240000,1000))

MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "NaaaNuuu", "This message box will show the sleeptime after closing the tabs, you got " & $rndSleep & " seconds left.", $rndSleep)

 

here is the error it shows me:

"C:\Users\numan\Desktop\scipiie.au3" (23) : ==> Variable used without being declared.:
MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "NaaaNuuu", "This message box will show the sleeptime after closing the tabs, you got " & $rndSleep & " seconds left.", $rndSleep)
MsgBox(^ ERROR

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Helpfile says:

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Constants are defined in MsgBoxConstants.au3.

have also a look at example1, there you can see how to include it.

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It looks like it is pointing at your $MB_SYSTEMMODAL variable. Did you include MsgBoxConstants.au3 at the top of your script? Otherwise it runs just fine for me.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

That or this...^_^    was already all typed out when you posted Bert

This code works on my PC

Local $rndSleep = Int (Random(180000,240000,1000))

MsgBox(0, "NaaaNuuu", "This message box will show the sleeptime after closing the tabs, you got " & $rndSleep & " seconds left.", $rndSleep)

Please use the <> in the menu when posting code. :)

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