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Running Autoit from protable HDD

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bobby1937

I have installed the Autoit software on a remote HDD, which can be connected to a PC via USB port. I would like to be able to edit a script, compile and test from this portable drive. I now have it installed on the drive, can edit the script, compile it after a fashion ( I have to point to the program files\autoit3 folder on the portable drive (f: drive.). F1 will not go to help file and the F5 will not run (test) the script test.

I guess what I an trying to accomplish is to have the Autoit program run, execute, from the portable drive and run just like it would running from the C drive. I am thinking there is a .INF file with default locations stored, or it may not be possible.

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SpookMeister

What you are describing sounds more like you are wanting to run Scite (the IDE program most people use to make scripts) without installing it on remote systems.

Unfortunately, I don't have the knowledge to tell you how to do so, or if it is even feasible (I suspect not however).


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Jos

Unfortunately, I don't have the knowledge to tell you how to do so, or if it is even feasible (I suspect not however).

Why are you suspecting this ?

I have posted a script in the Examples that allows you to run SciTE4AutoIt3 and all its tools from a jumpdrive ......

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...e&pid=64536

This should give you an idea how it can be done ... :)

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