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#164 No Bug VISTA - MAXIMIZE does not work anonymous

This statement (below) works fine on XP, starts ie in a max. window but fails to max. on Vista. Vista does not recognize the sw_maximize. Maybe the hex constant value needs to be changed ?

run("C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe","",@SW_MAXIMIZE)
#165 Fixed 'Check for Updates' on Vista x64 Jon jhall@…

When using the 'check for updates' utility under Vista x64, it fails to detect the installed versions of AutoIT.

I think this is due to where the installation details are written to the registry in Vista x64 (and probably any other x64 Windows version).

I'm guessing the utility is expecting to find this info here: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\AutoIt v3

When Vista x64 is actually writting it here: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\AutoIt v3

#166 Fixed _ArrayMax() runs on invalid array. Jos Evilertoaster


The _ArrayMax() function only works on 1 dimentional arrays, but does not return a error if someone tries it with a multi-dimentional array. This results in a crash from within the UDF.

Proposed solution is to add this to line 319 of Array.au3- 'If IsArray($avArray) and UBound($avArray,0)=1 Then' which would make sure the array is single dimentional before attempting to run.

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