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How to use this dll from AutoIt for the G15?

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Hi,

I programmed a lot with autoit but till today I never need to know anything about using dlls with autoit. So now I have the problem, that I'm not able to figure out how to use the dll included in the zip below.

The Zip also includes a vb-example but I do not have any experience with vb. My try to use it in VB 2005 Express failed.

I'm sure some of you have experience in vb: Is there a way to get text displayed on the LCD with autoit using this dll?

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LogLCD.zip

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Is there a way to get text displayed on the LCD with autoit using this dll?

Yeh, but it would require more detailed information about dll functions. There seems to be 4 funcs in dll :

DllCanUnloadNow, DllGetClassObject, DllRegisterServer and DllUnregisterServer so you would have to know

correct parameters to pass into these funcs in order to be able to use em with autoit 8)

Think im going to ask author about his dll (i have g15 too :whistle: ) at avlcddll@uer.ca

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Think im going to ask author about his dll (i have g15 too :whistle: ) at avlcddll@uer.ca

If you could get some informations I would be gratefull if you would let me/us know your insights too.

I'm sure, If someone will find a way to use the G15 LCD with autoit, also not so experience programmers (like me) can do some simple applets.

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If you could get some informations I would be gratefull if you would let me/us know your insights too.

I'm sure, If someone will find a way to use the G15 LCD with autoit, also not so experience programmers (like me) can do some simple applets.

UTA

Hey guys, have a look at this: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...mp;#entry218689

Cheers

Kurt


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