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Is there a way to have Auto it Exe messages/line number when you hover over the tray icon just at it shows when you run Au3.?
For an example, if I the script has paused due to WinWait or Sleep I could hover over the icon and it shows the line where it's at. Is there a way to achieve the same with the compiled exe?
Many thanks for the help!
When I compile script and use it out of the map where
the source code is. So just moving main.exe to
other map, then source code is.
It breaks with error:
Error: Subscript used on non-accessible variable
So I wonder what kind of file do I need to
include with .exe file? Or should I do something else?
Because people that are using needs only .exe file
just start it and use it, with out source code.
I've scripted AutoIT to scrape a web forum I'm part of using the IE.au3 #include. The script works great if I'm logged in, but doesn't work as a service. Anyone have any ideas on how I might achieve that or will I have to have the computer logged in at all times?
Hello Again Legends of AutoIT
I am immensely grateful for the help I was given in creating my first script which works (almost) perfectly when logged on to a PC with admin rights.
The problem is that I need to silently install the application on to 50 PCs that do not have admin rights. We have a homemade distribution tool but basically a log on script runs, checks if your in an AD group and if you are it installs the application. The problem I have is that the user that installs the application is actually a service run as a user and this means that there is no UI.
My script doesn't seem to run correctly or at least the application is not installed and I don't know enough about AutoIT basics (yet) to know whether it can be used in this context.
I'm more than happy to give more information or share my script if this is not enough information to go on.
Thanks in advance
Excuse me, I did not understand how in the function of Main I can include hundreds of functions of my executable code ?? How to implement this?