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Include files

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I noted that when I tried some of the example files and solutions posted in this forum that certain variables are declared and the includes have such things as Constants.au3, GUIConstants.au3, Misc.au3 etc.......

When I try to run the files, I get errors stating the the variables have not been declared and indeed when I look in the include folder at the collection of files, I check those being included and the variables are not declared. Is there a more up to date Include folder somewhere. I have the one that came with version 3

Rgds

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just install the newest one but with a different path as the one you already have, Copy and paste the include into your old one. and then you can delete the new one.

or just install it over your old folder.

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Look here:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=70902

There are several solutions how to overcome this problem.

I use my own solution:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...st&p=564277

Thanks Zedna. The first tool was pretty handy. I ran it on my scripts and got rid of some locally declared variables, but I think my original question was perhaps not as clear as it could have been.

A typical script I have switches off CAPS Lock, NUM Lock and SCROLL lock, before continuing to run because I found that CAPS Lock actually stopped the ENTER command from functioning correctly. I searched this forum and found a solution for that and it told me to add #include<Constants.au3> and #include<Misc.au3>. When I looked in both of these there were no constants VK_SCROLL, VK_NUMLOCK or VK_CAPITAL. I did a search on all the other au3 files and none of these contained these constants, so I manually added them to Constants.au3.

The script I ended up using by the way came courtesy of MrCreator and works extremely well.

My question therefore was that I have the latest and greatest AutoIt, but looking at examples, it would appear that there must be a more up to date Include folder that has additional constants in it. The reason I ask this was because it took me a little time to work out the values to assign to the constants, not too long, but as I get into further scripting, it would be nice to take existing stuff and utilize it.

Best Regards

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