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ok.. i just want my GUI to do somthing when i click on my button! I just need the basic click and starts running a function..

thanks..

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u know what.. lets do it this way.. what is the basic setup for the code layout.. i call a function main and then in the main i call my other functions.. is there a more practical way of doin things? can i get a basic layout of a simple program that has a main function that calls other functions to create the interface and then run everything after that?

Thanks guys..

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u know what.. lets do it this way.. what is the basic setup for the code layout.. i call a function main and then in the main i call my other functions.. is there a more practical way of doin things? can i get a basic layout of a simple program that has a main function that calls other functions to create the interface and then run everything after that?

Thanks guys..

Best place to start are the examples

Release Help file

Select Start, All Programs, AutoIt v3, AutIt Help File

If Beta Installed

Select Start, All Programs, AutoIt v3, Beta, AutIt Help File

The Help file is very extensive and has many examples.


SciTE for AutoItDirections for Submitting Standard UDFs

 

Don't argue with an idiot; people watching may not be able to tell the difference.

 

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ugh soo i figured out 99% of what iw ant to do... but my installs keep having glitches... is there any way to have autoit tell me what it is waiting for?

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ugh soo i figured out 99% of what iw ant to do... but my installs keep having glitches... is there any way to have autoit tell me what it is waiting for?

Add this line to your script and hover over the trayicon..

Opt("TrayIconDebug", 1)     ;0=no info, 1=debug line info

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