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Kiti
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Is there any way to do this? Something like TimeInit and TimerDiff but TimerDiff should return the flow of the script to TimeInit. Is this possible? :P Cheers!

AdLibEnable()?

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Kiti
nobbe

maybe you tell us what you are trying to do (or show some code maybe) - or its a guessing game..?

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Kiti

maybe you tell us what you are trying to do (or show some code maybe) - or its a guessing game..?

At the moment, I don't want to do anything with it, but in the past few days I found many ocasions where it would've been very very helpful.

In my mind, a rough exampl looks like this:

HotKeySet("+!1", "CountDownFrom5")
HotKeySet("+!2", "CountDownFrom3")
HotKeySet("+!3", "CountDownFrom1")


$1 = Jumpgate1()
Msgbox(0,"","5")
Msgbox(0,"","4")

$2 = Jumpgate2()
Msgbox(0,"","3")
Msgbox(0,"","2")

$3 = Jumpgate3()
Msgbox(0,"","1")
Msgbox(0,"","0")

Func CountDownFrom5()
    JumpTo($1)
EndFunc

Func CountDownFrom3()
    JumpTo($2)
EndFunc

Func CountDownFrom1()
    JumpTo($3)
EndFunc

But where do you see the guessing game in a clear and direct statement (question) like "IS there anyway to redirect a script's flow?" ?

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ProgAndy

NO. Autoit has NO GOTO. You could use functions and Loops instead.

HotKeySet("+!1", "CountDownFrom5")
HotKeySet("+!2", "CountDownFrom3")
HotKeySet("+!3", "CountDownFrom1")
While 1
Sleep(100)
WEnd

Func    Countd($count)
For $i = $count To 0 Step -1
Msgbox(0,"",$i)
Next
EndFunc

Func CountDownFrom5()
   Countd(5)
EndFunc

Func CountDownFrom3()
   Countd(3)
EndFunc

Func CountDownFrom1()
   Countd(1)
EndFunc
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Kiti

NO. Autoit has NO GOTO. You could use functions and Loops instead.

HotKeySet("+!1", "CountDownFrom5")
HotKeySet("+!2", "CountDownFrom3")
HotKeySet("+!3", "CountDownFrom1")
While 1
Sleep(100)
WEnd

Func    Countd($count)
For $i = $count To 0 Step -1
Msgbox(0,"",$i)
Next
EndFunc

Func CountDownFrom5()
   Countd(5)
EndFunc

Func CountDownFrom3()
   Countd(3)
EndFunc

Func CountDownFrom1()
   Countd(1)
EndFunc
Hm.. so the answer is no. Thank you. I know how to count, I gave that example for nobbe to understand what I was trying to say.

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