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GEA

Hi out there,

I wanted to "compile a script with options" with the latest version of AutoIt.

Last week I had AutoIt upgraded to the latest version and after the upgrade the dialog window doesn't show up anymore. Could it be a 'rights' issue on my PC ? I'm not the administrator of my machine.

Thanks for your help

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tagada

hi !

i don't know if it's a problem (i've the same)

you can launch "Compile Script to .exe" from start menu. i don't think that admin rigths are important. :)

Edited by tagada

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GEA

Look here especially at changelog.

It has been removed (GUI) and replaced with script directives.

Removed from GUI, does that mean I can't launch compilation with options directly from SCITE ? where do find explanations for 'script directives' ?

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Jos

Removed from GUI, does that mean I can't launch compilation with options directly from SCITE ?

F7 will still compile from SciTE

where do find explanations for 'script directives' ?

...the Helpfile that comes with the SciTE4AutoIt3 installer ? (Ctrl+F1)

By the way...

I did announce the removal of the GUI many times but nobody cared to respond, so I removed it.

Now it looks like more people than I assumed were using this GUI, I started to create a separate AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI script which will bring back the "Compile with Options" with a GUI and this time supporting all possible Directives. This new script will maintain the Directives in the script in stead of using a INI file like before.

see here for more info

:)

Edited by JdeB

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