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Why does this fall over ?

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When I run this - the error I get when I quit the program - [ MEXBR.exe - when it sees the 'Quit' window ] is as follows:

Line 0 (File "P:\Music Explorer\ musexplorer.exe"):

WinWait("Quit") Then

WinWait("Quit) ERROR

Error: Illegal text at the end of statement ( one statement per line )

Is this because I have two Winwait statements ?

[ The Vidres is a vid res changing prog ] - that part works - I need to change the res back to the normal res once the prog finishes which is why I am waiting for the quit window. Code is as follows:

; AutoIt Version:     3.00
; Language:         English
; Platform:         WinXP
; Author:             Matt 
; Script Function:  Music Explorer Launcher

SplashTextOn("Launch Program For Music Explorer. By Matt", "Getting ready to Launch Music Explorer. Please wait...", 300, 75)
Sleep(3000)
SplashOff()
Run('\\stjohns01\apps\Vidres\vidres /H800 /V600')
If Not FileExists('C:\windows\system32\impac_m1.dll') Then
   Run('\\stjohns01\apps\Music Explorer\music explorer.cmd')
   Sleep(7000)
   Run('\\stjohns01\apps\Music Explorer\MEXPLORE\MEXBR.exe')
   WinWait("Quit") Then
   Send("{ENTER}")
   Sleep(2000)
   Run('\\stjohns01\apps\Vidres\vidres /H1024 /V768')
   Exit
Else
   Run('\\stjohns01\apps\Music Explorer\MEXPLORE\MEXBR.exe')
   WinWait("Quit") Then
   Send("{ENTER}")
   Sleep(2000)
   Run('\\stjohns01\apps\Vidres\vidres /H1024 /V768')
   Exit
EndIf

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Get rid of Then.  You only want WinWait("Quit") on the line

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THANKYOU !!! Works great now. Thats a pint I owe if I ever meet you.

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Hi,

Try to use the Scite4AutoIt. It containts the AutoIt syntac checker.

Run it before compile.....

Andre


What about Windows without using AutoIt ?It would be the same as driving a car without an steering Wheel!

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