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ConsultingJoe

cool, nice gui example to learn from, thank


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Uten

Any particular reason you use this

Case BitAND(WinGetState($hDebugWindow),16) == 16 ;; minimized window.
                Sleep(1000) ;; minimize cpu-use (1sec)
Rather than the $GUI_EVENT_MINIMIZE (= -4) message? I also thought sleep(1000) is to long in a GUI loop. You could end up losing messages in the queue.

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Uten

Sleeping more than 250ms has proven that messages gets lost in (are removed from) the queue. Not sure how or why. I made a test program ones to verify this behaviour and some of the more seasoned scripters have also verified it in the forum.

But if sleep(1000) works for you the all is well and good :P

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Uten

If your determined upon a AutoIt Tail application you should probably check out the API calls FindFirstChangeNotification and friends. Sample at codeproject

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