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IS there any way to run a script after every 30 seconds

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Can any one tell me the code to run a script after an interval of 30 seconds

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Can any one tell me the code to run a script after an interval of 30 seconds

While 1
Run("myscript.exe")
Sleep(30*1000)
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While 1
Run("myscript.exe")
Sleep(30*1000)
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I wish you would quit using that damn autoiit tag Paulie. All it does is screw up the code box.

Don't forget that it will have to either be done from another script or exited and restarted every 30 seconds.

Anyway for the un-compiled you can also use @ScriptFullPath in place of the "myscript.au3" Or just use

ShellExecute(@ScriptFullPath)


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

I wish you would quit using that damn autoiit tag Paulie. All it does is screw up the code box.

Don't forget that it will have to either be done from another script or exited and restarted every 30 seconds.

Anyway for the un-compiled you can also use @ScriptFullPath in place of the "myscript.au3" Or just use

ShellExecute(@ScriptFullPath)

i was under the impression that Shellexecute("myscript.au3") will only run your script if you have the default action set to "Run" If you (like me) use "Edit Script" as the default, then Shellexecute will open the SciTE Editor. Edited by Paulie

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i was under the impression that Shellexecute("myscript.au3") will only run your script if you have the default action set to "Run" If you (like me) use "Edit Script" as the default, then Shellexecute will open the SciTE Editor.

You're Right. You would have to add the Run verb. I forgot that part.

Shellexecute("myscript.au3", "", "", "Run")


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