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Hello guys. When i run my script as application which uses ImageSearch after a while i get this message(+>@OSArch = x64 @Autoitx64=0  therefore using x32 Imagesearch DLL).

What i want is to make this message not to appear. Is that possible????  

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First of all thanks for the fast reply. The problem is that when it shows up it  appears in front of  the picture that i need to find so Imagesearch cant spot the picture. What do you mean recompiled without it?? I created the scipt in computer "A" and moved it to another computer which doesnt have autoit script editor so it runs as an application.

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2 minutes ago, Takis said:

What do you mean recompiled without it?

I mean, owner of the dll needs to recompile the dll without the message.

3 minutes ago, Takis said:

when it shows up it  appears in front of  the picture

Really ?  Could you  take a screenshot of the message over the picture and show us here...

One thing you could try is to run your script in x64, maybe there will be no message then ?

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here is the screenshot. it doesnt matter if you run it in x64 or x32. if you run it as an application and not as a script it always show this message when Imagesearch find the first picture

 

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I see, that seems to be a AutoIt tooltip.  Maybe it is the UDF itself that is displaying it and not the DLL ?  Maybe you should use the DLL directly without the UDF !  Or look inside the UDF code to see if there is a tooltip message somewhere and remove it.

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