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Is there anyway to pause the script while URLDownloadToFile is downloading?

Because I run the file after the download'ation... but the download is not complete because there is no pause between download and run... so practicly I download about 5kb of a file and run it.. while the file size should be 80kb, and get a DOS error ...

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Is there anyway to pause the script while URLDownloadToFile is downloading?

Because I run the file after the download'ation... but the download is not complete because there is no pause between download and run... so practicly I download about 5kb of a file and run it.. while the file size should be 80kb, and get a DOS error ...

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

InetGet ( "URL", "filename" [, reload [, background]] )

Parameters

URL URL of the file to download. See remarks below.

filename Local filename to download to.

reload [optional]

0 = (default) Get the file from local cache if available

1 = Forces a reload from the remote site

background [optional]

0 = (default) Wait until the download is complete before continuing.

1 = return immediately and download in the background (see remarks).

Edited by Blue_Drache

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ghmm i guess there is no such thing as InetGet on AutoitV3...Where can i get the beta? And the function should look like this? InetGet("http://blabla.com/bla.exe", "C:\bla.exe",reload 0,background 0) ?

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

guess you are running 3.0.102 ?

Download v 3.1.0 that was released on feb 7......

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