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On 10/18/2017 at 5:29 PM, Danp2 said:

Take a look at SimpleSpy (part of the IUIAutomation package).

 

Hey, Dan. Thanks for the reply. I just tried this and it seems to crash the script every time I try to read anything from task manager. I'm on Win10 64bit, any ideas? :/

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3 hours ago, Danp2 said:

@badcoder123 It worked fine for me, also on Win10 64bit. Post some details from the crash. Show us the results from the Scite output window.

Odd, anytime I Ctrl-W in the performance section of the task manager it crashes. It has to do with the simplespy itself I think

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