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Can autoit run in a windows less environment like VBscript can ?

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eynstyne

Asked this a long while back. Nope. You can run stuff in DOS but not pure DOS mode or any other OS like linux

:whistle: Sux that it can only be run in windows


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win2k

Asked this a long while back. Nope. You can run stuff in DOS but not pure DOS mode or any other OS like linux

:whistle: Sux that it can only be run in windows

Bah that does suck, I will just have to utilize BlockInput(1) until the script is done

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Valik

So it sucks that a Windows application can only run in Windows?

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blademonkey

ya, too bad there's no "hide" option for any of these.

(i wonder what happens if I actually RTFM, i think i saw a search function there)

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Uten

Can autoit run in a windows less environment like VBscript can ?

What kind of environment is that? If you explain what you mean by "windows less" I think you would get better answers.

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