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debug current execution line

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When running a script exe (compiled with aut2exe):

- with autoIt 2, I could double-click on the icon (system tray) and autoIt would display the current line of the script (ie: if it was waitting for a window)...

- with version 3, is it possible to do the same? I used this often... I use autoIt to install software, unattended. If a window is not expected, the script hangs (waits), and I don't know where in the script (to troubleshoot)...

AutoIt is great :) (almost perfect)

thanks for your help

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When running a script exe (compiled with aut2exe):

- with autoIt 2, I could double-click on the icon (system tray) and autoIt would display the current line of the script (ie: if it was waitting for a window)...

- with version 3, is it possible to do the same? I used this often... I use autoIt to install software, unattended.  If a window is not expected, the script hangs (waits), and I don't know where in the script (to troubleshoot)...

AutoIt is great :D  (almost perfect)

thanks for your help

Is on the Todo list.. look at the "v3 Idea Lab" whic has a "Sticky: Todo List"

The only curent options is : Opt("TrayIconDebug", 1).....


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