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Updated:

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/files/beta/autoitx/

Brought up-to-date with the current beta of the main AutoIt version. It is actually looking possible that I could include this when we release 3.0.103 so quick testing would be very helpful (and doc checking/typos/bad links etc.)

- Docs updated to use same style/template as main AutoIt

Added:

- Added: WinGetProcess()

- Added: "main", "primary", "menu", "secondary" added as valid mouse button types.

- Added: ControlListView()

- Added: ControlGetHandle()

- Added: WinSetTrans()

Changed/Fixed:

- Changed: IniDelete() can also delete entire sections

- Changed: The mouse and pixel functions now have an additional "client area" mode.

- Changed: PixelChecksum() now has optional step parameter

- Changed: Control...() functions now accept the Control ID as an extra way to identify a control

- Fixed: StatusBarGetText() failed when used with no "Text" parameter

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Updated:

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/files/beta/autoitx/

Brought up-to-date with the current beta of the main AutoIt version.  It is actually looking possible that I could include this when we release 3.0.103 so quick testing would be very helpfile (and doc checking/typos/bad links etc.)

- Docs updated to use same style/template as main AutoIt

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<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Jon,

According to the AutoItX docs it's under GNU LGP License. And that states:

...

1. You may copy and distribute verbatim copies of the Library's

complete source code as you receive it,

...

This was a hot issue with AutoIt....changed your mind about AutoItX ?

Regards,

-Sven

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... quick testing would be very helpfile (and doc checking/typos/bad links etc.) ...

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Don't you mean "helpful" instead of "helpfile" :lmao:

Some things upon quick inspection:

- ALL references to "AutoIt Window Spy" need replaced by "AutoIt Window Info Tool"

- Is the license up to date?

- You might want to sync the re-org of the "Misc Functions":

Graphics and Sound Functions (Color Mode Opt and all the Pixel___ functions)

Sleep funtion was moved to another section in AU3 docs, too

- UrlDownloadToFile? is that name outdated

- AutoItSetOption: Nix the parens in Remarks "You may use Opt() as an alternative to AutoItSetOption()."

Use Mozilla | Take a look at My Disorganized AutoIt stuff | Very very old: AutoBuilder 11 Jan 2005 prototype I need to update my sig!
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The example in ClipGet() is incorrect:

Set oAutoIt = WScript.CreateObject("AutoItX3.Control")

text = ClipGet()
WScript.Echo "Clipboard contains:" & text

Should be:

Set oAutoIt = WScript.CreateObject("AutoItX3.Control")

text = oAutoIt.ClipGet()
WScript.Echo "Clipboard contains:" & text

Regards,

-Sven

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@Jon

Any chance adding ProcessList and StringStripWS ? These would be nice additions.

StringStripWS? Nah, if a host language doesn't have any string handling its users should switch to full AutoIt :lmao:

ProcessList, yeah, I wanted to do that but the problem of returning arrays rears its ugly head again. Could do some sort of delimited string return but not very elegant.

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StringStripWS?  Nah, if a host language doesn't have any string handling its users should switch to full AutoIt :whistle:

Agreed, however, the VB-6 (Legacy) string handling functions leave something to be desired.

There are times when I long for the robustness that SSWS() is.

Trim(MyString) != StringStripWS(MyString,4)

Example:

Dim MyString As String
MyString = "    some      text  "



Trim(MyString) returns "some      text"

StringStripWS(MyString,4) returns "some text"

That's the only real example I can think of off of the top of my head.

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