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9252Survive

Hello Guys, 

Is there a way to have Auto it Exe messages/line number when you hover over the tray icon just at it shows when you run Au3.?
For an example, if I the script has paused due to WinWait or Sleep I could hover over the icon and it shows the line where it's at. Is there a way to achieve the same with the compiled exe? 

Many thanks for the help! 

 

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JLogan3o13

@9252Survive look at TrayIconDebug under Opt in the help file. This should accomplish what you're after.

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9252Survive

Oh Yes!! Now I recall it, that should do the job!  

Thanks

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9252Survive

Sorry its not working with the compiled exe, works with the scipt only. 

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BrewManNH

You debug a script, you don't compile it until the debugging produces a working script.

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alienclone

sorry for hijacking another's post, but IS there a way to produce a similar function on a compiled exe. for the sake of curiosity?

 


if @error Then
	MsgBox(262192,"",@ComputerName&" slaps "&@UserName&" around a bit with a large trout!")
	EndIf

>Exit code: 0

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JLogan3o13

@alienclone you would have to create something like Melba's Toast to do that. But it begs the same point BrewManNH posed above - you should not be debugging through an executable. For an EXE you should be writing to a log file or the Event Viewer to track success/failure of certain steps; the debugging comes well before that phase.


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