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ChrisL

One for the Devs maybe... Crash

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ChrisL

I had an autoit script crash this morning on one machine but is fine on 2 others.

The crash is not a line from my script unless its from an include somewhere (but I don't think so), but it looks like it is part of the main autoit code the autoitversion is 3.2.2.0

See attached screen shot.

I ran the exe again on the box and it ran fine

I suppose really the question is, is this an internal crash from AutoIT?

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eynstyne

Sometimes autoit will remember the last line executed in your program. Just run some other script and then run your script. It should refresh the code


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BigDaddyO

That code is from the _GuiCtrlEditGetRect() Function loacted in the GuiEdit.au3 Include file.

Looking at the error message for some reason the $top variable is malformed. Are you using another language on that machine? Other than that I don't know why that would have caused that problem.

Mike


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Uten

I would run memtest on the offending machine. Just to be sure..:shocked:

PS: Especially if it is hard to replicate the error.

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