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Did you do this on my hosted one? cause i have the icon stuck in my tray right now. I am gonna cancel it now.

Yes I did, do not worry I wanted to see if the compiler was working for web.au3, do it your self so you can see
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Uhh.. You are still online?

Uhhh.. About the smart helper, it does work in IE.

And the decompile error, try change this:

onclick="nodecompile();"
in index.html to
onclick="pr_nodecompile();"
and change
function nodecompile() {
to
function pr_nodecompile() {
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Congrats, you made a great thing with the Helper .. SUPER.

Did you recover your files yesterday?

I like it more now that at the beginning

well please did you find the bug of the compiler why the autoit compiler is not working when:

you cannot compile the web.au3 which is sent inside the zipped version, and I do compile in my pc without problem....

Thanks

On my hosted version of compiler, I made a (quite) smart helper.

It's not smart enough through... Lowls.

This is tested on firefox. I didn't test it with IE yet.

Demo:

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On my hosted version of compiler, I made a (quite) smart helper.

It's not smart enough through... Lowls.

This is tested on firefox. I didn't test it with IE yet.

Demo:

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Smart helper might take a minute to recognize the code but it works very well!

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I said it was a (quite) smart helper.

It only recognize the code at the last character.

If you edit the code at the middle, it won't work.

(I can't figure out how can I do that in IE!)

And if your internet connection is slow, it will take a long time to recognize the code.

On my computer, it only takes 0.5 seconds!

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Im Belgium, Europe :lmao:

@Spyro

Maybe you would want to put in some stats about each mirror? Maybe

Uptime:

Location:

Updated:

Mine would probly be

Uptime: 99%

Location: Belgium, Europe

Updated: Less than frequently

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Good idea! So I recommend one:

http://www.host-tracker.com/ - A website uptime monitoring service.

<style> .htbtn a:link,.htbtn a:hover,.htbtn a:visited { text-decoration:none; color: white; } .htsmall a:link,.htsmall a:hover,.htsmall a:visited { text-decoration:none; color: gray; } .htbtn { } .htcell { font-family: tahoma,arial,sans-serif; line-height: 1em; white-space: nowrap; text-align: center; text-weight:normal; padding: 3px; font-size: 8pt; } .httop { background-color:#000000; } .htbot { background-color:#000000; } .htsmall { font-size: 7pt; background-color:white; color: gray;} </style> <table border=0px class=htbtn cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0> <tr><td><div class="htcell httop"><a href="http://host-tracker.com/" onmouseover="this.href='http://host-tracker.com/site-uptime-statistics/195774/';return true;" >site uptime statistics<br>provided by</a></div> <div class="htcell htbot"><a href="http://host-tracker.com/" onmouseover="this.href='http://host-tracker.com/site-uptime-statistics/195774/';return true;" ><strong>host-tracker.com</strong></a></div> <div class="htcell htsmall"><a href="http://host-tracker.com/" onmouseover="this.href='http://host-tracker.com/site-uptime-statistics/195774/';return true;" >website monitoring service</a></div></td></tr> </table>
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The uptime system isn't hard to make. It's very simple!

Just calling an inetGet function and check that are there any errors, and calculate the average.

I finished this very quickly (3 hours, I don't think that's so long time!) using AutoIt for the tracker, and PHP for generating image.

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It checks all the host available every 5 minutes, and calculate the speed. Still easy..

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