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Terminte a script with hotkey problem

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I'm trying to write Autoit script that does a few simple drag and drop in a window. That works fine. But I'd also like to be able to abort the commands when the script is running by pressing the ENTER key.

I defined a hotkey for ENTER associated to a terminate function as I have seen done in a post in this forum.

I also enveloped the commands of the body of the script in a For loop that runs exactly one time, because I read in the Autoit help file that a hotkey interrupts the current function or statement. (maybe the For loop isn't necessary, but anyway the hotkey doesn't work without it either).

My problem is that when executing the commands in the For loop, my pressing the ENTER key has no effect at all. The commands go on being executed regardless.

Thankyou for any help.

My script:

HotKeySet("{ENTER}", "Terminate")

Func Terminate()

Exit 0

EndFunc

For $i=0 to 0

winActivate("test")

MouseClickDrag("left",571,152,220,152,1)

MouseClick ( "left", 236, 570 , 10)

Next

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it works fine for me


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Exit 0 and 0 to 0?

Edited by Aassdd

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Exit 0 means exit with return code 0, ie. no error.

the 0 to 0 part boggles me too.. lol

There's no need to use a loop if the script is just supposed to do it's magic once...

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