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A whole bunch of codes found in help and here: https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/
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WEnd

OR:

 

HotKeySet("{ESC}", "Terminate")
While 1
MouseClick("Right",674,422)
MouseClick("Left",673,447)
Sleep(2000)
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A whole bunch of codes found in help and here: https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/
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MouseClick("Left",675,339)
SLeep(3000)
WEnd
Func Terminate()
    Exit 0
EndFunc

 

Sorry if i should't let this here to be found by newbies like me -.-'

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@BogdanNicolescu, What exactly is the question here?

Jos

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16 hours ago, Jos said:

@BogdanNicolescu, What exactly is the question here?

Jos

Is not a question, but a clarification of this statements: https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/intro/lang_loops.htm

 

It is very ambiguous for a new guy/gal if he/she didn't had any type of contact with this program.

 

 

Off topic:

I don't know why, but any curriculum is made purposely harder by ... let's say in a nicer manner ... people who doesn't care about others to learn.

They just throw knowledge in the world and they expect everyone to understand by how they threw it in the world without any modification.

I like to think if any curriculum or knowledge was made easier, more people in this world was more educated and stupid thins wouldn't happen.

I'm out. Said too much ....

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7 minutes ago, BogdanNicolescu said:

Is not a question, but a clarification of this statements: https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/intro/lang_loops.htm

 

It is very ambiguous for a new guy/gal if he/she didn't had any type of contact with this program.

That could be the case, but I am sorry to say that it wasn't very clear from your initial posted and you did post in the Support forum!

7 minutes ago, BogdanNicolescu said:

Off topic:

I don't know why, but any curriculum is made purposely harder by ... let's say in a nicer manner ... people who doesn't care about others to learn.

They just throw knowledge in the world and they expect everyone to understand by how they threw it in the world without any modification.

I like to think if any curriculum or knowledge was made easier, more people in this world was more educated and stupid thins wouldn't happen.

I'm out. Said too much ....

No idea what this rant is about ..  but "what ever"

Bye,
Jos

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