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Windows Vista Combobox error

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Hi, my first post and first footsteps in autoit.

First of all sorry for my english, I have a problem when I run a script in Windows Vista, I have wrote the script under Windows XP and work fine, but in Vista I recieved this error in the SciTE4.

C:\Trabajo\Probando3.au3 (10) : ==> Variable used without being declared.:

$combobox = GuiCtrlCreateCombo("InstalaciĆ³n Agentes RCO r11.2a",10,30,190,20, $CBS_DROPDOWNLIST)

$combobox = GuiCtrlCreateCombo("InstalaciĆ³n Agentes RCO r11.2a",10,30,190,20, ^ ERROR

Best regards and thanks for the support.

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I would suspect that you have a problem with the AutoIt constants include files on your Vista installation. To solve the problem for the time being, just replace $CBS_DROPDOWNLIST with 0x0003


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