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Wanted to post the first script i've made using autoit. Thanks to Big_Daddy it works! let me know what you think.

GamePlayer.au3

Remove .txt extension and save in script directory. Ini entries can be added in the following format:

Game Name=http://gameurl.swf,width,height

games.ini.txt


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Nice! Makes it really easy to play games


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AutoIt Error

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Line 37 (File "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\GamePlayer.au3"):

For $i = 1 To $aGames[0][0]

For $i = 1 To $aGames^ ERROR

Error: Subscript used with non-Array variable.

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OK

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Rename games.ini.txt to games.ini


My Programs:AInstall - Create a standalone installer for your programUnit Converter - Converts Length, Area, Volume, Weight, Temperature and Pressure to different unitsBinary Clock - Hours, minutes and seconds have 10 columns each to display timeAutoIt Editor - Code Editor with Syntax Highlighting.Laserix Editor & Player - Create, Edit and Play Laserix LevelsLyric Syncer - Create and use Synchronised Lyrics.Connect 4 - 2 Player Connect 4 Game (Local or Online!, Formatted Chat!!)MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, Tiger and Whirlpool Hash Finder - Dictionary and Brute Force FindCool Text Client - Create Rendered ImageMy UDF's:GUI Enhance - Enhance your GUIs visually.IDEA File Encryption - Encrypt and decrypt files easily! File Rename - Rename files easilyRC4 Text Encryption - Encrypt text using the RC4 AlgorithmPrime Number - Check if a number is primeString Remove - remove lots of strings at onceProgress Bar - made easySound UDF - Play, Pause, Resume, Seek and Stop.

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Hmmm... just makes blank white screens when I click on a game name... aw well lol


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Hmmm... just makes blank white screens when I click on a game name... aw well lol

You know you have to click "Play Now!" after clicking the game name right? Some of these games are quiet large so give them some time to load.

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

I have an collection of SWF files I have saved locally. How do I get them to run?

edit: I tried this: A Blast=G:\games\Flash files\ablast[1].swf, 650,400

I got a blank screen.

I tried to use the defaults to run it from the internet, and I get the same thing. blank screen. It doesn't matter how long I let it sit either.

:)

edit2: I noticed when I tried to run the flash locally, it would give this for a responce code in the console:

--> COM Error Encountered in player.au3
----> $IEComErrorScriptline = 127
----> $IEComErrorNumberHex = 80070005
----> $IEComErrorNumber = -2147024891
----> $IEComErrorWinDescription = Access is denied.
----> $IEComErrorDescription = 
----> $IEComErrorSource = 
----> $IEComErrorHelpFile = 
----> $IEComErrorHelpContext = 
----> $IEComErrorLastDllError = 0
Edited by vollyman

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