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Okay, so basically if I double click the icon for the program it runs fine. However when I use the Run() command to run this program it causes the program to not work properly. And I don't just mean a little off, I mean I don't even get proper characters and it doesn't even work slightly how its supposed to. Now, I tried going into Command Prompt and using "start 'location'" to run the program and it did the same thing, so I assume that when AutoIt does a Run() it uses that.

I guess my question is: Does anyone know another way to Run a program with AutoIt that won't go through DOS to run it? Because Window's run.exe ran it fine.

Thank you

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The program is called NPC. However it won't work for most people, it scans Memory locations while your running Final Fantasy XI to show the NPCs that are spawned near you.

http://www.luvmachine.org/files/NPC.exe incase you want to check it out. However it is a potentially bannable offense through Play Online so don't use it if your running FFXI and not willing to take the risk.

As for my efforts? I pretty much said what I had tried :D If I can't get it to work though its not the end of the world, just means I can't be as lazy.

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HA! you missed the ")" ^^

Just noticed this :D

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