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Will Autoit Scripts Run In Another Language?

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I am trying to run an AutoIt script to install XPSP2 on a French XP install. I will, of course, be adding other functionality to the script; I am just starting off with something small like an SP2 install to see if it will work. I am getting an error when the program goes to run, but I don't speak French, I have a feeling it is just a bad RunAsSet username and/or password.

So, I'm just wondering if a compiled script should run correctly on a French install of WinXP.

Thanks!


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I am trying to run an AutoIt script to install XPSP2 on a French XP install. I will, of course, be adding other functionality to the script; I am just starting off with something small like an SP2 install to see if it will work. I am getting an error when the program goes to run, but I don't speak French, I have a feeling it is just a bad RunAsSet username and/or password.

So, I'm just wondering if a compiled script should run correctly on a French install of WinXP.

Thanks!

Well the guy that runs the beta updates, and does alot of hard work here on the forums (JPM) is French, so I would have to say the answer to your question is yes. But without the script, this question is stuck specifically to your french question, and I'd have to to agree that yes, it's your coding in fact that is stopping this from happening correctly.

Edit:

Forgot a word.

Edited by SmOke_N

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ONLY windows captions are different i.e :

; Italian

Run("notepad.exe")

sleep(500)

AutoItSetOption("WinTitleMatchMode", 4)

WinWaitActive( "Senza nome - Blocco note", "", 5 )

; English

WinWaitActive( "Untitled - Notepad", "", 5 )

; Calcolatrice >> Calculator

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