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This will be the third script I've ever made when completed. It is a script that uses a .ini file to input a user's name and password and sign them in automatically to Battle.Net using Diablo II. However, when it comes time to put in the variable, the program puts in the default "Not_Found" text in place of the person's Account Name and Password. I believe the problem may be in the formatting of my .ini file, but after experimenting with several different ways of trying it, nothing has changed. I need someone to check my coding if possible.

The coding for the script:

; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; AutoIt Version: 3.1.0
; Author:        Austin Brashear   <>
; Script Function:
;   Allows you to log-in to your Diablo II account quickly and automatically.
; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Run("C:\Program Files\Diablo II\Diablo II.exe")
WinWaitActive("Diablo II")
Dim $AccountName, $Password
$DiabloIIAccountName = IniRead("C:/Program Files/Diablo II Auto-Login/Settings.ini", "AccountName", "Name", "")
$Password = IniRead("C:/Program Files/Diablo II Auto-Login/Settings.ini", "Password", "Password", "")
    Send($DiabloIIAccountName, 1)
    Send($Password, 1)

Here is the code inside the .ini file:


All help is greatly appreciated!

Edited by _TyIzaeL_

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why make it read a .ini why not just make a GUI i find it alot easier

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$DiabloIIAccountName = IniRead("C:\Program Files\Diablo II Auto-Login\Settings.ini", "AccountName", "Name", "")
$Password = IniRead("C:\Program Files\Diablo II Auto-Login\Settings.ini", "Password", "Password", "")



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oh and for d2 u gotta assign the working directory or else u'll get a bad vesions error

Run("C:\program files\diablo II\diablo II.exe","C:\program files\diablo II")

--just a tip

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