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#AutoIt3Wrapper_Change2CUI = y option

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Hi

I am using this option in my AutoIt script so that the ConsoleWrite messages are shown in the dos window.

I compile the script and run it from the startup folder of Windows XP.

Until recently(like a week ago), the AutoIt script would pop up the dos window and show the ConsoleWrite messages.

But now, it doesn't seem to be doing so.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

Raj

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You mean, the same compiled script stopped working ?

Or newly compiled ones ?

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You mean, the same compiled script stopped working ?

Or newly compiled ones ?

Thanks for your reply Inverted.

The newly compiled one stopped working (well it did not stop working but it stopped displaying messages in the

console window, in fact there was no console window but the script was doing its work in the back ground).

Another strange thing I noticed was: I added a test message on the top of the script like:

CODE
ConsoleWrite("This is a test Message" & @CRLF)

Sleep(5000)

and (recompiled it ) and it started showing the console window!

Now I removed that test message(and recompiled it) and it is still showing the console window!

I did not change anything else in the program.

I am using AutoIt version 3.3

Thanks,

Raj

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Thanks for your reply Inverted.

The newly compiled one stopped working (well it did not stop working but it stopped displaying messages in the

console window, in fact there was no console window but the script was doing its work in the back ground).

Another strange thing I noticed was: I added a test message on the top of the script like:

CODE
ConsoleWrite("This is a test Message" & @CRLF)

Sleep(5000)

and (recompiled it ) and it started showing the console window!

Now I removed that test message(and recompiled it) and it is still showing the console window!

I did not change anything else in the program.

I am using AutoIt version 3.3

Thanks,

Raj

Hi

It was my mistake. I was compiling (using right click and then compile) without choosing it "compile with options" when it did not work!

Thanks,

Raj

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