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Record function(automated macro creation)

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Sorry to bother you, but where is the record function? I have searched the wiki and this forum for the word "record" but nothing. I want to simply start an application then click with my mouse then from there I will creat an exe to use an autoit script. Sourceforge has AutoItRecorder for autoit isn't there something better? newer? Thanks in advanced.

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Sourceforge has AutoItRecorder for autoit isn't there something better?

Coding it by hand?

Look in your AutoIt directory, you'll find many tools there (including the macro recorder).


Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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Ok, I FOUND IT MYSELF. Its called "Scriptwriter" not "macro recorder." I had to go through 3 pulldown windows and probably only found it cause I also downloaded SciTE as it was in the SciTE directory. NOT IN the main AutoIt directory!!!

THANKS 4 NOTHING!

Coding it by hand?

Look in your AutoIt directory, you'll find many tools there (including the macro recorder).

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Ok, I FOUND IT MYSELF. Its called "Scriptwriter" not "macro recorder." I had to go through 3 pulldown windows and probably only found it cause I also downloaded SciTE as it was in the SciTE directory. NOT IN the main AutoIt directory!!!

THANKS 4 NOTHING!

:)

No need to get pissy little one. You'll find yourself quite short lived here.

You proved a point though, rather than wasting the forums time, if you took your own time and did a bit of research, you would have found what you wanted.

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Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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No need to get pissy little one. You'll find yourself quite short lived here.

You proved a point though, rather than wasting the forums time, if you took your own time and did a bit of research, you would have found what you wanted.

 

How incredibly insulting this SmOke_N guy was in 2008.  I Hope he matured a bit later on.

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How incredibly is reviving a 5 Years old post..

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How incredibly is reviving a 5 Years old post..

 

And yet the derogatory attitude towards anyone looking for any little bit of help who isn't a 5 year expert lives on.

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

A bit of help about recording/automation of what ? Start your thread instead of reviving such an old thread because it will get locked.

Edited by Jayson

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