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Howdy, this is my first post, massive fan of autoit.
I've searched and tried and I would just like people who are better at this than me to let me know if this is even a thing.
I'd like to perform just a variable. For example, it would be. *see inserted code*
So what i'm wanting is, create the constant $test, and that variable would be what is followed after the = . Then perform the _FileCreate. Then perform the variable. Logically or in my head rather.. That variable is declared and is equal to what it is set to above, therefore just placing the variable plainly in the script, it should be equal to what it was declared as. So what am I doing wrong, and or how can I have autoit just perform the variable.
#include <File.au3> Const $test = FileWriteLine(@DesktopDir & "\Log.txt", @CRLF ) _FileCreate(@DesktopDir & "\Log.txt") $test
I have a script , during compilation and test execution, it worked perfectly but sometimes I am getting error as "Variable used without being declared."
I understood somewhere in the branching logic this is happening.
But not able to find it exactly.
As I am using multiple include statements.the line number is also not giving accurately.
Can anyone suggest what is the approach to resolve this?
WinSetState ("[CLASS:OpusApp]", "", @SW_SHOWMAXIMIZED) and WinSetState ("[CLASS:OpusApp]", "", @SW_MAXIMIZE) don't maximize the window. Using WinSetState("[CLASS:OpusApp]","",@SW_RESTORE) allows me to maximize it about 15% of the time. I've tried using WinMove("[active]",0,0,@Desktopwidth,@Desktopheight), but that only makes it worse. I've also tried putting in a sleep and maximizing it again. Does anyone have a solution?
Here's my code:
The startup script is intentionally commented, because I'm not testing it right now. The other comment is just for debugging when I need it.
UPDATE: When I run two instances of the program, it works almost all the time, but if I copy the code inside the else statement twice it doesn't work at all (despite the fact that it's running the same code just in one program vs two). I also noticed that when I run two instances of it, about 50% of the time when it opens both the windows, it also hits the windows button and types the letter d into the search box. Neither of these actions are in my code. I'm not really sure what's going on.
_ArrayDisplay($aArray, "Window Title", "1:", 0, Default, "Column") ; Expected results are rows 1 to the end of the array, all columns. The result is rows 0-1, all columns. The API reference is here:
Am I doing something wrong?
Is this possible:
Executing a function from an include, but taking the function name from a gui input and then executing that function using the include:
#include <Something.au3> ;input reads "Tree" $functionName = GuiCtrlRead($input1) $functionName(1) And the include is gonna have
Func Tree($x) If $x = 1 Then $this = "text" MsgBox(0,$this,"whatever") EndFunc is it possible?