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jezr74

Reshacker and SCite Compile

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Hi There,

I have searched through the forums trying to work out if any one else has encountered this issue, but have had no luck.

I recently rebuilt my machine from XP to Vista Enterprise, and installed the latest versions of AutoIT and SCite.

I find now if I compile a script in SCite I would usually get a popup asking for details for reshacker to change version number and change icon etc. But I no longer get this. Is there something I need to do in the new versions to get this functionality back again?

Thanks,

jtsm

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Thanks for the quick reply.

It may be an issue with my setup, it appears if I adjust the directives or the AutoIT3Wrapper with desired information, it does'nt appear to alter the output exe.

Am I doing something wrong here? I'm reading that all I should need to do is adjust the wrapper or directives file, is that correct?

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Thanks for the quick reply.

It may be an issue with my setup, it appears if I adjust the directives or the AutoIT3Wrapper with desired information, it does'nt appear to alter the output exe.

Am I doing something wrong here? I'm reading that all I should need to do is adjust the wrapper or directives file, is that correct?

You add the directives to the top of your script


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You add the directives to the top of your script

Ahh Thanks, I was trying to make it harder then it was.

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Ahh Thanks, I was trying to make it harder then it was.

Just an FYI: I made a version of AutoIt3Wrapper available in test that will automatically convert your "OLD" INI settings to #directives and put those at the top of your script.

Check here for details

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