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$Count = 0
    Do
        $oTable = _IETableGetCollection($o_IE, $Count)
        $aTableData = _IETableWriteToArray($oTable)
        $Count += 1
    Until UBound($aTableData) = 9

This script worked until i downloaded a the new IE.AU3 header...

So anyone that know what might be wrong? I'm getting the error:

ERROR: _IETableGetCollection() called with wrong number of args.
        $oTable = _IETableGetCollection($o_IE, $Count)

Edit: I've actually tried to search the forum before I asked here, and I couldn't find anything that helped me out.

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$Count = 0
    Do
        $oTable = _IETableGetCollection($o_IE, $Count)
        $aTableData = _IETableWriteToArray($oTable)
        $Count += 1
    Until UBound($aTableData) = 9

This script worked until i downloaded a the new IE.AU3 header...

So anyone that know what might be wrong? I'm getting the error:

ERROR: _IETableGetCollection() called with wrong number of args.
        $oTable = _IETableGetCollection($o_IE, $Count)

Edit: I've actually tried to search the forum before I asked here, and I couldn't find anything that helped me out.

What version of the "header" did you download? What version of AutoIt are you running? If that error came from SciTE running Syntax Check, what version of SciTE are you using?

The current production version of AutoIt is 3.2.10.0, the current Beta is 3.2.11.0, and there is a new SciTE up dated 01/26/08 that incorporates changes for 3.2.11.0 Beta.

:D


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Autoit is version: 3.2.10.0

And I got the new Scite, I've tried to refind the thread where I downloaded the new header, but I can't. I had the 3.2.10.0 version header forgot to check if the one i downloaded was newer or older, but my other scripts tend to work normally :D

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Autoit is version: 3.2.10.0

And I got the new Scite, I've tried to refind the thread where I downloaded the new header, but I can't. I had the 3.2.10.0 version header forgot to check if the one i downloaded was newer or older, but my other scripts tend to work normally :D

That's not a good sign. The only include file you need (assuming that's what you mean by "header") is IE.au3, which is included with AutoIt 3.2.10.0. If you downloaded it from anywhere, it is likely not as up to date as the version shipped with AutoIt. If you open the actual IE.au3 file, there is a version number at the top.

The version of IE.au3 shipped with AutoIt 3.2.10.0 is: V2.3-1 dated: 8/13/07

With 3.2.11.0 Beta is: V2.4-0 dated: 12/31/07

:P


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Version: T1.4

Last Update: 7/24/05

XD i tought i downloaded a update, not a downgrade.. thanks.. I'll download it back :D

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I didn't like how you wrote your code.

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        $aTableData = _IETableWriteToArray($oTable)
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Version: T1.4

Last Update: 7/24/05

"Well, THERE'S your problem..." -- Jamie Hyneman, MythBusters

:D


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