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Xander

No scripts will run in Win9x ... none, nada, nothing.

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Xander

None of my scripts will run on older 9x/Me systems. No errors, just nothing.

I wondered if it might have been something in my script but I created a simple MsgBox script and compiled. It ran on my Vista box, my virtual XP but not on the virtual 98SE.

I've even updated to the latest 3.2.4.7.

I need to be able to run scripts on win9x boxes.

Help.

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GaryFrost

None of my scripts will run on older 9x/Me systems. No errors, just nothing.

I wondered if it might have been something in my script but I created a simple MsgBox script and compiled. It ran on my Vista box, my virtual XP but not on the virtual 98SE.

I've even updated to the latest 3.2.4.7.

I need to be able to run scripts on win9x boxes.

Help.

latest is 3.2.4.9

add to the top of script after getting the latest

don't forget to update SciTe for AutoIt also.

#AutoIt3Wrapper_useansi=y
Edited by gafrost

SciTE for AutoItDirections for Submitting Standard UDFs

 

Don't argue with an idiot; people watching may not be able to tell the difference.

 

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Xander

OK, AutoIt's at 3.2.4.9. SciTE is at 1.73 from Mar 31 2007. Added the "#AutoIt3Wrapper_useansi=y" to the top of the MsgBox test file and ... nope.

I recall having to manually replace the compileAU3 files once but I'm fuzzy on that. I looked around both the AutoIt downloads and the SciTE ones but couldn't spot anything.

#AutoIt3Wrapper_useansi=y
MsgBox(0,"TEST","test test test",3)

When did this win98 glitch happen? With which version?

Edited by Xander

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Xander

Found the answers with the ansi info as a clue.

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