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[Solved] More arguments for dll functions

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amokoura

It would be nice to have more arguments for the DLL interface functions.

In COM, I can set options like SendKeyDelay but in DLL version the Send() function uses always the default setting. It might be helpful to have a possibility to pass the option for the Send() function as an optional argument.

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Melloware

It would be nice to have more arguments for the DLL interface functions.

In COM, I can set options like SendKeyDelay but in DLL version the Send() function uses always the default setting. It might be helpful to have a possibility to pass the option for the Send() function as an optional argument.

You can with the DLL. Looking at the DLL I converted for Delphi its...

AU3_AutoItSetOption

You pass the option SendKeyDelay and the Time in milliseconds.


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amokoura

You can with the DLL. Looking at the DLL I converted for Delphi its...

AU3_AutoItSetOption

You pass the option SendKeyDelay and the Time in milliseconds.

But how on earth does it save the value? Or more precisely, WHERE does it save it?

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