lurikeen Posted March 15, 2009 Share Posted March 15, 2009 I've seen that AutoHotKeyNet has the following function: <KillMutex> However, Google is failing to show me any results for autoit having something similar, and I vastly prefer Autoit. I know how to kill the mutex in process explorer, but I want a standalone application to be able to do it. the path for the mutex is: \BaseNamedObjects\DAoCi1 I wish I knew what exactly that path meant (if anyone knows a term I should Google to learn about that please let me know). This is the AHK script to kill the mutex: <Hotkey F1> <SendPC Local> <KillMutex \BaseNamedObjects\DAoCi1> <KillMutex \BaseNamedObjects\DAoCi2> So, my question is: How can I kill this mutex in autoit? And also, where can I find a list of UDF's not included in the standard Autoit install? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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