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Creating a process completion window and .exe error

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i want to ask is there a way to make an autoit window show the percentage completion like the one you see when you download a game example 1 of 6 99% completed 

and  also i want to run a report but the same .exe program is running any way to stop the .exe file using auto it and run the same .exe afterwords

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Dont do that friend. People will answer when they can.

What you ask is very generic, it may be possible, depends a lot on the target application.


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@yasha

I have to agree with @careca :)

By the way, about your request, yes, it could, but as careca said, it depends from many "variables".

You want to trace the progress of what application?

Because, to build this, you should take some information from that :)

 


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@careca

sorry about that i was panicking for various reasons .

@FrancescoDiMuro 

i want to trace the progress of my auto it program  so that it shows something like 1 of 20  65% or 1 of 1 30% 

depending on what i choose.

it is a very long program there are some variables that would need replacing if you want to run 

Baan Reports.au3

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@yasha
You could do something like this (with a little animation either):

Global $intNumberOfProcess = 3, _
       $strDots = "."

ProgressOn("", "", "", Default, Default, $DLG_MOVEABLE)
For $i = 1 To $intNumberOfProcess Step 1
    For $j = 10 To 100 Step 10
        ProgressSet($j, "Process " & $i & " of " & $intNumberOfProcess & " - " & $j & "% completed.", _
                    "Installing Software" & $strDots)
        $strDots &= "."
        If StringLen($strDots) = 4 Then $strDots = ""
        Sleep(1000)
    Next
Next

ProgressOff()

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