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TonyDAndrea

Listbox info is not showing in Win2000 and some WinXP computers

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TonyDAndrea

I'm new to Autoit, and made a post to the person that came up with the code called "Catalogue tool" located at:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=33549

My question is that on some computers the program works fine. The text files are created and when selected will show up in the listbox. On a Windows 2000 box and some Windows XP Pro computers, I've now tested three with the same out come, the text files are created, but will not show up in the listbox. I can open the files with notepad without a problem. Any ideas why this code works on some computers and not the ones I stated? I'm using AutoIt V3.2.4.9 to work with the code file. Any help is appreciated.

Tony D.

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open the file in SciTE and add "trace lines" to it (Tools -> Trace:) or run the file in the debugger: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...amp;hl=debugger


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TonyDAndrea

open the file in SciTE and add "trace lines" to it (Tools -> Trace:) or run the file in the debugger: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...amp;hl=debugger

From what I can see everything seems fine. I did notice that this problem shows up on CDROMs that may not have been closed when created. Again, the text files are created, and the info is in the files, but won't show in the boxes on the screen. The boxes do work on the same computers when I try a flash drive as a search instead of a CDROM?

Thank you for the reply. The reply did get me working with another feature of AutoIt...

Tony D.

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