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Autoit Debugger - stop" create debug file"

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Whenever I click Run (F5) in Autoit Debugger, I get a message in an Output tab stating "Starting to create debug file at:"
After that a new application window, titled Autoit Debugger, opens. It has several tabs named Error, Screen Capture and two more.
The above happens even if I have an empty Autoit Script and I just start the Run procedure.
How do I omit this Output tab and the related process?
I only want to debug by using the Run command (F5) and stepping though the script by F8.

Please advice.


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There is no official "AutoIt Debugger" - which user-coded debugger are you using? Please provide a link to the thread in which you found it so that someone with experience of the code can advise you further.


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