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ERROR: Subscript used on non-accessable variable


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I receive this error as soon as i try and move my compiled .exe out of the examples directory to its working directory. If I leave it in the autoit examples directory it works fine. Did a search on the forums and i can only find one other reference to this error, but it is not in the same context. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Notifervirtualprinterv1.au3

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Try using some error debugging to determine where the issue is, either MsgBox or writing to a log file.  In most of my scripts I create a global variable $bDebug = True then throughout the script I will add "If $bDebug Then FileWrite(....) or Msgbox(...).

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685 lines.  And you want us to debug this code for you ?  Debugging is an art.  Subz just showed you few of the multiple ways.

My favorite  recreate a script from scratch with only a few lines.  Test.  If working, then add a few more lines. If not working, you know that it is the few last statements that is the problem.  Concentrate to the problem.  Recreate a small snippet of the problem.  THEN you can ask for help here with a specific issue, otherwise you are doomed to never find a solution...

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Thanks sub I will try what you suggested, this is a working  script  , so long as I leave it where it was written and compiled . It only gives the error when I move it to another directory after compiling it. Though maybe I was doing something wrong with the compile. 

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Issue resolved: error was caused the commMG.dll dll file not residing in the same directory as the executable file. Once i copy it to the directory the exe was in  everything worked  fine.

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