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Script Control Box

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I made a program for work, it uses a lot of encryption and runs on a P3 machine. Sometimes it takes a long time to execute a function. During those times an autoit window pops up:

Name: Script Control

Text: The script you are trying to execute is taking longer than expected to run. Click End to abort the script, or Continue to continue execution.

I would like to know how to turn that off.


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Not sure if you can, that has to do with the Windows Script Control Object. I have seen that happen a lot in old VB6 applications that are using network communication or long mathematical functions, but not in AutoIT.

If you are making calls to the Script Control Object then you could do something like this:

scriptcontrol.Timeout = 30000
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Not sure if you can, that has to do with the Windows Script Control Object. I have seen that happen a lot in old VB6 applications that are using network communication or long mathematical functions, but not in AutoIT.

If you are making calls to the Script Control Object then you could do something like this:

scriptcontrol.Timeout = 30000
You are right. I'm using MD5.au3, which uses VB objects.

How do I code it in AutoIt? I'm do not know how to work with VB within AutoIt.


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