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HamidZaeri

Run multiple script on win 10

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HamidZaeri

Hi

How can I run 2 or more scripts in win 10 without interference?

edit:

found the solution-> using controlclick instead of Mouseclick

Edited by HamidZaeri
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JLogan3o13

@HamidZaeri welcome to the forum. You will find that when you provide 0 information, you will get 0 response. Think about trying to answer that question if it was asked of you. What things would you need to know?

  • What exactly are the two scripts doing?
  • How might they interfere?
  • What is your ultimate goal? Does it even need to be two scripts, or can it be one?

How about some more explanation; help us help you ;)

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