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[BUG] If then

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if you hit F5 then it does show you the error, but if you hit F7 then it lets you compile the script & does not display any errors. Result: you run the script & if it executes this part of the code you get error message box.

hopefully you will fix this in the future so that it will error if you hit F7

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 2)

$win = ' - Mozilla Firefox'

if WinActive($win) Send('^w')

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Sorry But when I hit F7, i get error message that says

C:\err.au3(5,30) : ERROR: single line 'If' missing 'Then'.

if WinActive($win) Send('^w')

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^

C:\upload\Pcap Poroject\err.au3 - 1 error(s), 0 warning(s)

SciTE Version 1.78

AutoIt Version 3.2.13.13 (beta)

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if you hit F5 then it does show you the error, but if you hit F7 then it lets you compile the script & does not display any errors. Result: you run the script & if it executes this part of the code you get error message box.

hopefully you will fix this in the future so that it will error if you hit F7

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 2)

$win = ' - Mozilla Firefox'

if WinActive($win) Send('^w')

Compile doesn't do a syntax check, just lexing, and has never done so.

That is why, when using the full SciTE4Autoit3 version, we run au3check to filters most of the errors out.

So.. bottomline : You are responsible for doing proper testing before compiling the script!

Jos


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