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#171 Rejected consolewrite() documentation addendum flyingboz
Description

Assuming the behavior is desired, and not leveraging a bug... If there are any other cool behaviors possible (moving the cursor up a line, writing from right to left, etc.), it would be nice if they were documented somewhere as well.

Suggest adding this line (or similar) after "...unless the script is compiled as a console application...:

In a compiled console application, prepending @CR to "data" will reset the cursor location to the beginning of the current line.

Sample code demonstrating functionality (by ResNullis) #Region ; Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI #AutoIt3Wrapper_Change2CUI=y #EndRegion ; Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI $ClearProgress = 0

$progress = "ùùùùùùùùùù";Chr(249) $processing = "Processing ["

For $i = 1 To 3

For $iPos = 1 To 10

$DisplayProgress = StringReplace($progress, $iPos, " ", 1) ConsoleWrite(@CR & $processing & $DisplayProgress & "]") Sleep(50)

Next For $iPos = 10 To 1 Step -1

$DisplayProgress = StringReplace($progress, $iPos, " ", 1) ConsoleWrite(@CR & $processing & $DisplayProgress & "]") Sleep(50)

Next

Next

$DisplayProgress = $progress

ConsoleWrite(@CR & $processing & $DisplayProgress & "]") ConsoleWrite(@CRLF & "DONE")

#175 Rejected _ProcessHide Anthrax
Description

Aloha, It would be nice if you could implement a ProcessHide-Function for external processes

tks Anthrax

#176 Duplicate Check for Updates on Windows XP x64 TurboX455
Description

Just built a new x64 system and installed 3.2.10.0 and 3.2.11.2 beta. Check for Updates does not display the installed versions. It seems that during installation, the AutoIT version information was only written to the Wow6432Node\Software registry key. I assumed that 'Check for Updates' reads only from the 32 bit HKLM\Software key and manually added the values to test. Worked as expected.

Not a show stopper, but thought I'd give you a heads up.

Great work on AutoIT!!! It's my most valuable scripting tool.

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