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i am using windows 10 and am new to autoit (got it 4 days ago) and am trying to get an image search to work but every time i try i get 


>Exit code: 1

any idea what going wrong?



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ImageSearch2015.au3 is not an included library within the AutoIt package and your code is also missing a closing angle bracket.

Edited by czardas

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But does it need to be? i guess as long as it is in the script dir it should work no? with the closing angle bracket of course.


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write include in this way

#include <ImageSearch2015.au3> 


#include 'ImageSearch2015.au3'

then put the  ImageSearch2015.au3 file in the same path with ur autoit script , it suppose to be ok

I have win 10 as well and everything is working fine with it

Edited by sandanet

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