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Hello guys,

 

I'm trying to create a following loop:

- Run Function 1

-If function 1 = completed (i.e. image is found) then i want to run function 2.

-After function 1 i want the script to repeat itself and start at function 1 again.

How can i accompish this? Wait function? Function return values?

Looking forward to your help

 

kr,

 

stefan

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PS: i want to do this several times (i.e. there are like 10 functions).

This script is made to navigate through a posting dialogue on a website.

To do this it has to click several buttons in CONSEQUTIVE sequence.

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Function one can return a True if successful, and do an If statement based on that return to then logically call function 2.

Then you have while loops.


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Thank you for your respons. I've made it work.

Now i got the following issue however:

The script works fine as long as i use it as .au3 file.

However when i compile it to an .exe file it does not retrieve the images any longer.

note: NOTHING has changed (not the image or the position of the image) when comparing the .au3 file execution to the .exe's.

I included the following path: #include <D:\Program files\AutoIt3\2dehands\ImageSearch.au3>

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;Example 1

While 1
    Sleep(10)
    Function1()
WEnd

Func Function1()
    If FileExisits() Then
        ;Do Stuff
        Function2()
    EndIf
EndFunc();End Func1

Func Function2()
    ;Do More Stuff
EndFunc();End Func2

;Example 2

While 1
    Sleep(10)
    If Function1() = True Then Function2()
EndIf

Func Function1()
    If FileExisits() Then
        ;Do Stuff   
        Return True
    EndIf
EndFunc();End Func1

Func Function2()
    ;Do More Stuff
EndFunc();End Func2

 

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1 hour ago, stefan654 said:

However when i compile it to an .exe file it does not retrieve the images any longer.
 

#AutoIt3Wrapper_UseX64=y

maybe the way you compiled it?


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3 hours ago, stefan654 said:

However when i compile it to an .exe file it does not retrieve the images any longer.

Show the current code when you want any valid response.

1 hour ago, careca said:

#AutoIt3Wrapper_UseX64=y

maybe the way you compiled it?

This only works when the full SciTE4AutoIt3 is installed and really do not understand how this would make a difference.

Jos


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I was under the impression that some functions only work on either 32 or 64 bit. So i thought it might make a difference in the sense that if the application is compiled as 32 bit, and the imgsearch dll only runs on 64.. the application wouldn't find any image for example.


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True, but the same bits version will be used for running and compiling, so when running works I would assume that a compiled version also works as far as the 32/64 bits potential issues.

Agree?

Jos


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