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Possible to do an Or statement?

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OK so I run a CSS server (Counter strike source) on my box atm, it has a habit of memory leaking or crashing, So I've had to create two scripts to stop the various crashes that happen. These are

$var1=1

While $var1=1

WinWait ("Engine Error")

WinActivate("Engine Error")

ControlClick("Engine Error","","Button1")

send("{ENTER}")

WEnd

and

$var1=1

While $var1=1

WinWait ("srcds.exe - Application Error")

WinActivate("srcds.exe - Application Error")

ControlClick("srcds.exe - Application Error","","Button1")

send("{ENTER}")

WEnd

Is there a way to do an OR statement in Autoit on the WinWaitActive so I can combine these two into one program?

Many thanks

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OK so I run a CSS server (Counter strike source) on my box atm, it has a habit of memory leaking or crashing, So I've had to create two scripts to stop the various crashes that happen. These are

$var1=1

While $var1=1

WinWait ("Engine Error")

WinActivate("Engine Error")

ControlClick("Engine Error","","Button1")

send("{ENTER}")

WEnd

and

$var1=1

While $var1=1

WinWait ("srcds.exe - Application Error")

WinActivate("srcds.exe - Application Error")

ControlClick("srcds.exe - Application Error","","Button1")

send("{ENTER}")

WEnd

Is there a way to do an OR statement in Autoit on the WinWaitActive so I can combine these two into one program?

Many thanks

Maybe this will work

$var1 = 1
While $var1 = 1
   If WinExists("Engine Error") Then
      WinActivate("Engine Error")
      ControlClick("Engine Error", "", "Button1")
      Send("{ENTER}")
   EndIf

   If WinExists("srcds.exe - Application Error") Then
      WinActivate("srcds.exe - Application Error")
      ControlClick("srcds.exe - Application Error", "", "Button1")
      Send("{ENTER}")
   EndIf
WEnd

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