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#343 Rejected Window checks to return only visible windows (option) amokoura


0 = Check all windows (default) 1 = Check only visible windows

The Window checking functions (WinExists() etc.) would work only on visible windows if "WinCheckVisible" is set to 1.

Presumably most of the automation is done on visible windows so only one setting would remove the need of checking the visual state of a window every time.

#346 Fixed Remove the FileOpenDialog/FileSaveDialog filter length limit anonymous

There appears to be a 260-character limit for the filter string. If the string is any longer than this, AutoIt spits an error at the user stating that the filter is invalid (even though it obviously isn't). This limitation seems completely artificial, so I think it should be removed (or at least increased).

If not, then some remark definitely needs to be made in the help file so that the limit is clear to the user. Otherwise, anyone who runs into the limit and gets the error message might end up wasting as much time as I did trying to figure out where/why the valid filter string was considered to be invalid.

#348 No Bug Compiler complains that $STDERR_MERGED is undefined global variable david@…

The helps for Run indicate a new standard_i/o_flag option described below:

8 ($STDERR_MERGED) = Provides the same handle for STDOUT and STDERR. Implies both $STDOUT_CHILD and $STDERR_CHILD.

Generates the following when I compile: WARNING: $STDERR_MERGED: possibly used before declaration. $DevConCheck = Run( "DevCon.exe help", @ScriptDir, @SW_HIDE, $STDERR_MERGED)

ERROR: $STDERR_MERGED: undeclared global variable.

$DevConCheck = Run( "DevCon.exe help", @ScriptDir, @SW_HIDE, $STDERR_MERGED)

Script.au3 - 1 error(s), 1 warning(s)

Script is below: #Region ; Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI #AutoIt3Wrapper_Change2CUI=y #EndRegion ; Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI

$DevConCheck = Run( "DevCon.exe help", @ScriptDir, @SW_HIDE, $STDERR_MERGED)

If $DevConCheck = 0 Then

ConsoleWriteError( "DevCon.Exe not found in path." & @CRLF ) Exit(1)


ConsoleWrite( "DevCon.Exe found in path." & @CRLF )


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