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==Description==
 
==Description==
 
Changes the operation of various AutoIt functions/parameters.
 
Changes the operation of various AutoIt functions/parameters.
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| option || The option to change. See Remarks.
 
| option || The option to change. See Remarks.
 
|-
 
|-
| param || '''[optional]''' The value to assign to the option. The type and meaning vary by option. See remarks below. If the param is not provided, then the function just returns the value already assigned to the option. The keyword [[Default]] can be used for the parameter to reset the option to its default value.
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| param || [optional] The value to assign to the option. The type and meaning vary by option. See remarks below. If the param is not provided, then the function just returns the value already assigned to the option. The keyword [[Default]] can be used for the parameter to reset the option to its default value.
 
|}
 
|}
  
 
==Return Value==
 
==Return Value==
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| Success: || Returns the value of the previous setting for the option.
 
| Success: || Returns the value of the previous setting for the option.
 
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==Remarks==
 
==Remarks==
You may use [[Opt]] as an alternative to AutoItSetOption.
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You may use [[Opt]] as an alternative to [[Opt]]
  
 
Options are as follows:
 
Options are as follows:
 
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!! scope='col' | Option
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| '''Option''' || '''Param'''
!! scope='col' | Param
 
|-
 
| CaretCoordMode || [[CaretCoordMode]] Sets the way coords are used in the caret functions, either absolute coords or coords relative to the current active window:
 
|-
 
| CaretCoordMode || 0 = relative coords to the active window
 
|-
 
| CaretCoordMode || 1 = absolute screen coordinates (default)
 
|-
 
| CaretCoordMode || 2 = relative coords to the client area of the active window
 
|-
 
| ExpandEnvStrings || [[ExpandEnvStrings]] Changes how literal strings and % symbols are interpreted. By default strings are treated literally, this option allows you to use %environment% variables inside strings, e.g., "The temp directory is: %temp%".
 
|-
 
| ExpandEnvStrings || 0 = do not expand environment variables (default)
 
|-
 
| ExpandEnvStrings || 1 = expand environment variables
 
 
|-
 
|-
| ExpandEnvStrings || Without this option the usual way would be: "The temp directory is: " & [[EnvGet]] ("temp")
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| '''CaretCoordMode''' || 0 = relative coords to the active window
 
|-
 
|-
| ExpandVarStrings || [[ExpandVarStrings]] Changes how literal strings and variable/macro ($ and @) symbols are interpreted. By default strings are treated literally, this option allows you to use variables and macros inside strings, e.g., "The value of var1 is $var1$".
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| || 1 = absolute screen coordinates (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| ExpandVarStrings || 0 = do not expand variables (default)
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| || 2 = relative coords to the client area of the active window
 
|-
 
|-
| ExpandVarStrings || 1 = expand variables (when in this mode and you want to use a literal $ or @ then double it up: "This is a single dollar $$ sign".
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| '''ExpandEnvStrings''' || 0 = do not expand environment variables (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| GUICloseOnESC || [[GUICloseOnESC]] When ESC is pressed on a GUI the $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE message is sent. This option toggles this behavior on and off.
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| || 1 = expand environment variables
 
|-
 
|-
| GUICloseOnESC || 0 = Don't send the $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE message when ESC is pressed.
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| || Without this option the usual way would be: "The temp directory is: " & [[EnvGet]]("temp")
 
|-
 
|-
| GUICloseOnESC || 1 = [[Send]]  the $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE message when ESC is pressed (default).
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| '''ExpandVarStrings''' || 0 = do not expand variables (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| GUICoordMode || [[GUICoordMode]] Alters the position of a control defined by [[GUICtrlSetPos]].
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| || 1 = expand variables (when in this mode and you want to use a literal $ or @ then double it up: "This is a single dollar $$ sign".
 
|-
 
|-
| GUICoordMode || 0 = relative position to the start of the last control (upper left corner).
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| '''GUICloseOnESC''' || 0 = Don't send the $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE message when ESC is pressed.
 
|-
 
|-
| GUICoordMode || 1 = absolute coordinates (default) still relative to the dialog box.
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| || 1 = [[Send]] the $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE message when ESC is pressed (default).
 
|-
 
|-
| GUICoordMode || 2 = cell positioning relative to current cell. A -1 for left or top parameter don't increment the start.
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| '''GUICoordMode''' || 0 = relative position to the start of the last control (upper left corner).
 
|-
 
|-
| GUICoordMode || So next line is -1, offset; next cell is offset,-1; current cell is -1,-1.
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| || 1 = absolute coordinates (default) still relative to the dialog box.
 
|-
 
|-
| GUICoordMode || Obviously "offset" cannot be -1 which reserved to indicate the no increment. But if you can use a multiple of the width you choose to skip or go back.
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| || 2 = cell positioning relative to current cell. A -1 for left or top parameter don't increment the start.
 
|-
 
|-
| GUIDataSeparatorChar || [[GUIDataSeparatorChar]] Define the character which delimits subitems in [[GUICtrlSetData]].
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| || So next line is -1, offset; next cell is offset,-1; current cell is -1,-1.
 
|-
 
|-
| GUIDataSeparatorChar || The default character is '|'.
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| || Obviously "offset" cannot be -1 which reserved to indicate the no increment. But if you can use a multiple of the width you choose to skip or go back.
 
|-
 
|-
| GUIOnEventMode || [[GUIOnEventMode]] Enable/disable OnEvent functions notifications.
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| '''GUIDataSeparatorChar''' || The default character is '|'.
 
|-
 
|-
| GUIOnEventMode || 0 = (default) disable.
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| '''GUIOnEventMode''' || 0 = (default) disable.
 
|-
 
|-
| GUIOnEventMode || 1 = enable.
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| || 1 = enable.
 
|-
 
|-
| GUIResizeMode || [[GUIResizeMode]] Change default resizing for a control.
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| '''GUIResizeMode''' || 0 = (default) keep default control resizing.
 
|-
 
|-
| GUIResizeMode || 0 = (default) keep default control resizing.
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| || <1024 = any type of resizing see [[GUICtrlSetResizing]]
 
|-
 
|-
| GUIResizeMode || <1024 = any type of resizing see [[GUICtrlSetResizing]].
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| '''GUIEventOptions''' || 0 = (default) Windows behavior on click on Minimize,Restore, Maximize, Resize.
 
|-
 
|-
| GUIEventOptions || [[GUIEventOptions]] Change special event behavior or GUI function return values.
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| || 1 = suppress windows behavior on minimize, restore or maximize click button or window resize. Just sends the notification.
 
|-
 
|-
| GUIEventOptions || 0 = (default) Windows behavior on click on Minimize,Restore, Maximize, Resize.
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| '''MouseClickDelay''' || Time in milliseconds to pause (default=10).
 
|-
 
|-
| GUIEventOptions || 1 = suppress windows behavior on minimize, restore or maximize click button or window resize. Just sends the notification.
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| '''MouseClickDownDelay''' || Time in milliseconds to pause (default=10).
 
|-
 
|-
| MouseClickDelay || [[MouseClickDelay]] Alters the length of the brief pause in between mouse clicks.
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| '''MouseClickDragDelay''' || Time in milliseconds to pause (default=250).
 
|-
 
|-
| MouseClickDelay || Time in milliseconds to pause (default=10).
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| '''MouseCoordMode''' || 0 = relative coords to the active window
 
|-
 
|-
| MouseClickDownDelay || [[MouseClickDownDelay]] Alters the length a click is held down before release.
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| || 1 = absolute screen coordinates (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| MouseClickDownDelay || Time in milliseconds to pause (default=10).
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| || 2 = relative coords to the client area of the active window
 
|-
 
|-
| MouseClickDragDelay || [[MouseClickDragDelay]] Alters the length of the brief pause at the start and end of a mouse drag operation.
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| '''MustDeclareVars''' || 0 = Variables don't need to be pre-declared (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| MouseClickDragDelay || Time in milliseconds to pause (default=250).
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| || 1 = Variables must be pre-declared
 
|-
 
|-
| MouseCoordMode || [[MouseCoordMode]] Sets the way coords are used in the mouse functions, either absolute coords or coords relative to the current active window:
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| '''PixelCoordMode''' || 0 = relative coords to the defined window
 
|-
 
|-
| MouseCoordMode || 0 = relative coords to the active window
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| || 1 = absolute screen coordinates (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| MouseCoordMode || 1 = absolute screen coordinates (default)
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| || 2 = relative coords to the client area of the defined window
 
|-
 
|-
| MouseCoordMode || 2 = relative coords to the client area of the active window
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| '''SendAttachMode''' || 0 = don't attach (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| MustDeclareVars || [[MustDeclareVars]] If this option is used then all variables must be pre-declared with Local, Global or in some cases Dim before they can be used - removes the chance for misspelled variables causing bugs.
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| || 1 = attach
 
|-
 
|-
| MustDeclareVars || 0 = Variables don't need to be pre-declared (default)
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| '''SendCapslockMode''' || 0 = don't store/restore
 
|-
 
|-
| MustDeclareVars || 1 = Variables must be pre-declared
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| || 1 = store and restore (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| PixelCoordMode || [[PixelCoordMode]] Sets the way coords are used in the pixel functions, either absolute coords or coords relative to the window defined by hwnd (default active window):
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| '''SendKeyDelay''' || Time in milliseconds to pause (default=5).
 
|-
 
|-
| PixelCoordMode || 0 = relative coords to the defined window
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| '''SendKeyDownDelay''' || Time in milliseconds to pause (default=5).
 
|-
 
|-
| PixelCoordMode || 1 = absolute screen coordinates (default)
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| '''TCPTimeout''' || Time in milliseconds before timeout (default=100).
 
|-
 
|-
| PixelCoordMode || 2 = relative coords to the client area of the defined window
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| '''TrayAutoPause''' || 0 = no pause
 
|-
 
|-
| SendAttachMode || [[SendAttachMode]] Specifies if AutoIt attaches input threads when using [[Send]]  function. When not attaching (default mode=0) detecting the state of capslock/scrolllock and numlock can be unreliable under NT4. However, when you specify attach mode=1 the [[Send]] ("{... down/up}") syntax will not work and there may be problems with sending keys to "hung" windows. [[ControlSend]]  ALWAYS attaches and is not affected by this mode.
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| || 1 = pause (default). If there is no DefaultMenu no pause will occurs.
 
|-
 
|-
| SendAttachMode || 0 = don't attach (default)
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| '''TrayIconDebug''' || 0 = no debug information (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| SendAttachMode || 1 = attach
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| || 1 = show debug
 
|-
 
|-
| SendCapslockMode || [[SendCapslockMode]] Specifies if AutoIt should store the state of capslock before a [[Send]]  function and restore it afterwards.
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| '''TrayIconHide''' || 0 = show icon (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| SendCapslockMode || 0 = don't store/restore
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| || 1 = hide icon
 
|-
 
|-
| SendCapslockMode || 1 = store and restore (default)
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| '''TrayMenuMode''' || 0 = default menu items (Script Paused/Exit) are appended to the usercreated menu; usercreated checked items will automatically unchecked; if you double click the tray icon then the controlid is returned which has the "Default"-style (default).
 
|-
 
|-
| SendKeyDelay || [[SendKeyDelay]] Alters the length of the brief pause in between sent keystrokes. A value of 0 removes the delay completely.
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| || 1 = no default menu
 
|-
 
|-
| SendKeyDelay || Time in milliseconds to pause (default=5).
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| || 2 = user created checked items will not automatically unchecked if you click it
 
|-
 
|-
| SendKeyDownDelay || [[SendKeyDownDelay]] Alters the length of time a key is held down before being released during a keystroke. For applications that take a while to register keypresses you may need to raise this value from the default. A value of 0 removes the delay completely.
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| || 4 = don't return the menuitemID which has the "default"-style in the main contextmenu if you double click the tray icon
 
|-
 
|-
| SendKeyDownDelay || Time in milliseconds to pause (default=5).
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| || 8 = turn off auto check of radio item groups
 
|-
 
|-
| TCPTimeout || [[TCPTimeout]] Defines the time before TCP functions stop if no communication.
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| '''TrayOnEventMode''' || 0 = (default) disable
 
|-
 
|-
| TCPTimeout || Time in milliseconds before timeout (default=100).
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| || 1 = enable
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayAutoPause || [[TrayAutoPause]] Script pauses when click on tray icon.
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| '''WinDetectHiddenText''' || 0 = Do not detect hidden text (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayAutoPause || 0 = no pause
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| || 1 = Detect hidden text
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayAutoPause || 1 = pause (default). If there is no DefaultMenu no pause will occurs.
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| '''WinSearchChildren''' || 0 = Only search top-level windows (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayIconDebug || [[TrayIconDebug]] If enabled shows the current script line in the tray icon tip to help debugging.
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| || 1 = Search top-level and child windows
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayIconDebug || 0 = no debug information (default)
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| '''WinTextMatchMode''' || 1 = Complete / Slow mode (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayIconDebug || 1 = show debug
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| || 2 = Quick mode
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayIconHide || [[TrayIconHide]] Hides the AutoIt tray icon. Note: The icon will still initially appear ~750 milliseconds.
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| || In quick mode AutoIt can usually only "see" dialog text, button text and the captions of some controls. In the default mode much more text can be seen (for instance the contents of the Notepad window).
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayIconHide || 0 = show icon (default)
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| || If you are having performance problems when performing many window searches then changing to the "quick" mode may help.
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayIconHide || 1 = hide icon
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| '''WinTitleMatchMode''' || 1 = Match the title from the start (default)
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayMenuMode || [[TrayMenuMode]] Extend the behaviour of the script tray icon/menu. This can be done with a combination (adding) of the following values.
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| || 2 = Match any substring in the title
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayMenuMode || 0 = default menu items (Script Paused/Exit) are appended to the usercreated menu; usercreated checked items will automatically unchecked; if you double click the tray icon then the controlid is returned which has the "Default"-style (default).
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| || 3 = Exact title match
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayMenuMode || 1 = no default menu
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| || 4 = Advanced mode, see <a href="../intro/windowsadvanced.htm">Window Titles & Text (Advanced)</a>
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayMenuMode || 2 = user created checked items will not automatically unchecked if you click it
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| || -1 to -4 = force lower case match according to other type of match (case-insensitive match.)
 
|-
 
|-
| TrayMenuMode || 4 = don't return the menuitemID which has the "default"-style in the main contextmenu if you double click the tray icon
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| '''WinWaitDelay''' || Time in milliseconds to pause (default=250).
|-
 
| TrayMenuMode || 8 = turn off auto check of radio item groups
 
|-
 
| TrayOnEventMode || [[TrayOnEventMode]] Enable/disable OnEvent functions notifications for the tray.
 
|-
 
| TrayOnEventMode || 0 = (default) disable
 
|-
 
| TrayOnEventMode || 1 = enable
 
|-
 
| WinDetectHiddenText || [[WinDetectHiddenText]] Specifies if hidden window text can be "seen" by the window matching functions.
 
|-
 
| WinDetectHiddenText || 0 = Do not detect hidden text (default)
 
|-
 
| WinDetectHiddenText || 1 = Detect hidden text
 
|-
 
| WinSearchChildren || [[WinSearchChildren]] Allows the window search routines to search child windows as well as top-level windows.
 
|-
 
| WinSearchChildren || 0 = Only search top-level windows (default)
 
|-
 
| WinSearchChildren || 1 = Search top-level and child windows
 
|-
 
| WinTextMatchMode || [[WinTextMatchMode]] Alters the method that is used to match window text during search operations.
 
|-
 
| WinTextMatchMode || 1 = Complete / Slow mode (default)
 
|-
 
| WinTextMatchMode || 2 = Quick mode
 
|-
 
| WinTextMatchMode || In quick mode AutoIt can usually only "see" dialog text, button text and the captions of some controls. In the default mode much more text can be seen (for instance the contents of the Notepad window).
 
|-
 
| WinTextMatchMode || If you are having performance problems when performing many window searches then changing to the "quick" mode may help.
 
|-
 
| WinTitleMatchMode || [[WinTitleMatchMode]] Alters the method that is used to match window titles during search operations.
 
|-
 
| WinTitleMatchMode || 1 = Match the title from the start (default)
 
|-
 
| WinTitleMatchMode || 2 = Match any substring in the title
 
|-
 
| WinTitleMatchMode || 3 = Exact title match
 
|-
 
| WinTitleMatchMode || 4 = Advanced mode, see <a href="../intro/windowsadvanced.htm">Window Titles & Text (Advanced)</a>
 
|-
 
| WinTitleMatchMode || -1 to -4 = force lower case match according to other type of match (case-insensitive match.)
 
|-
 
| WinWaitDelay || [[WinWaitDelay]] Alters how long a script should briefly pause after a successful window-related operation.
 
|-
 
| WinWaitDelay || Time in milliseconds to pause (default=250).
 
 
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Opt("WinWaitDelay", 250) ;250 milliseconds
 
Opt("WinWaitDelay", 250) ;250 milliseconds
 
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Revision as of 06:42, 18 August 2013

Description

Changes the operation of various AutoIt functions/parameters.

AutoItSetOption ( "option" [, param] )

Parameters

option The option to change. See Remarks.
param [optional] The value to assign to the option. The type and meaning vary by option. See remarks below. If the param is not provided, then the function just returns the value already assigned to the option. The keyword Default can be used for the parameter to reset the option to its default value.

Return Value

Success: Returns the value of the previous setting for the option.
Failure: Sets @error to non-zero. Failure will occur if the parameters are invalid (such as an option that doesn't exist).

Remarks

You may use Opt as an alternative to Opt

Options are as follows:

Option Param
CaretCoordMode 0 = relative coords to the active window
1 = absolute screen coordinates (default)
2 = relative coords to the client area of the active window
ExpandEnvStrings 0 = do not expand environment variables (default)
1 = expand environment variables
Without this option the usual way would be: "The temp directory is: " & EnvGet("temp")
ExpandVarStrings 0 = do not expand variables (default)
1 = expand variables (when in this mode and you want to use a literal $ or @ then double it up: "This is a single dollar $$ sign".
GUICloseOnESC 0 = Don't send the $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE message when ESC is pressed.
1 = Send the $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE message when ESC is pressed (default).
GUICoordMode 0 = relative position to the start of the last control (upper left corner).
1 = absolute coordinates (default) still relative to the dialog box.
2 = cell positioning relative to current cell. A -1 for left or top parameter don't increment the start.
So next line is -1, offset; next cell is offset,-1; current cell is -1,-1.
Obviously "offset" cannot be -1 which reserved to indicate the no increment. But if you can use a multiple of the width you choose to skip or go back.
GUIDataSeparatorChar '.
GUIOnEventMode 0 = (default) disable.
1 = enable.
GUIResizeMode 0 = (default) keep default control resizing.
<1024 = any type of resizing see GUICtrlSetResizing
GUIEventOptions 0 = (default) Windows behavior on click on Minimize,Restore, Maximize, Resize.
1 = suppress windows behavior on minimize, restore or maximize click button or window resize. Just sends the notification.
MouseClickDelay Time in milliseconds to pause (default=10).
MouseClickDownDelay Time in milliseconds to pause (default=10).
MouseClickDragDelay Time in milliseconds to pause (default=250).
MouseCoordMode 0 = relative coords to the active window
1 = absolute screen coordinates (default)
2 = relative coords to the client area of the active window
MustDeclareVars 0 = Variables don't need to be pre-declared (default)
1 = Variables must be pre-declared
PixelCoordMode 0 = relative coords to the defined window
1 = absolute screen coordinates (default)
2 = relative coords to the client area of the defined window
SendAttachMode 0 = don't attach (default)
1 = attach
SendCapslockMode 0 = don't store/restore
1 = store and restore (default)
SendKeyDelay Time in milliseconds to pause (default=5).
SendKeyDownDelay Time in milliseconds to pause (default=5).
TCPTimeout Time in milliseconds before timeout (default=100).
TrayAutoPause 0 = no pause
1 = pause (default). If there is no DefaultMenu no pause will occurs.
TrayIconDebug 0 = no debug information (default)
1 = show debug
TrayIconHide 0 = show icon (default)
1 = hide icon
TrayMenuMode 0 = default menu items (Script Paused/Exit) are appended to the usercreated menu; usercreated checked items will automatically unchecked; if you double click the tray icon then the controlid is returned which has the "Default"-style (default).
1 = no default menu
2 = user created checked items will not automatically unchecked if you click it
4 = don't return the menuitemID which has the "default"-style in the main contextmenu if you double click the tray icon
8 = turn off auto check of radio item groups
TrayOnEventMode 0 = (default) disable
1 = enable
WinDetectHiddenText 0 = Do not detect hidden text (default)
1 = Detect hidden text
WinSearchChildren 0 = Only search top-level windows (default)
1 = Search top-level and child windows
WinTextMatchMode 1 = Complete / Slow mode (default)
2 = Quick mode
In quick mode AutoIt can usually only "see" dialog text, button text and the captions of some controls. In the default mode much more text can be seen (for instance the contents of the Notepad window).
If you are having performance problems when performing many window searches then changing to the "quick" mode may help.
WinTitleMatchMode 1 = Match the title from the start (default)
2 = Match any substring in the title
3 = Exact title match
4 = Advanced mode, see <a href="../intro/windowsadvanced.htm">Window Titles & Text (Advanced)</a>
-1 to -4 = force lower case match according to other type of match (case-insensitive match.)
WinWaitDelay Time in milliseconds to pause (default=250).

Example

; copy any you want to change   ;default value is listed first

Opt("CaretCoordMode", 1) ;1=absolute, 0=relative, 2=client
Opt("ExpandEnvStrings", 0) ;0=don't expand, 1=do expand
Opt("ExpandVarStrings", 0) ;0=don't expand, 1=do expand
Opt("GUICloseOnESC", 1) ;1=ESC  closes, 0=ESC won't close
Opt("GUICoordMode", 1) ;1=absolute, 0=relative, 2=cell
Opt("GUIDataSeparatorChar", "|") ;"|" is the default
Opt("GUIOnEventMode", 0) ;0=disabled, 1=OnEvent mode enabled
Opt("GUIResizeMode", 0) ;0=no resizing, <1024 special resizing
Opt("GUIEventOptions", 0) ;0=default, 1=just notification, 2=GUICtrlRead tab index
Opt("MouseClickDelay", 10) ;10 milliseconds
Opt("MouseClickDownDelay", 10) ;10 milliseconds
Opt("MouseClickDragDelay", 250) ;250 milliseconds
Opt("MouseCoordMode", 1) ;1=absolute, 0=relative, 2=client
Opt("MustDeclareVars", 0) ;0=no, 1=require pre-declaration
Opt("PixelCoordMode", 1) ;1=absolute, 0=relative, 2=client
Opt("SendAttachMode", 0) ;0=don't attach, 1=do attach
Opt("SendCapslockMode", 1) ;1=store and restore, 0=don't
Opt("SendKeyDelay", 5) ;5 milliseconds
Opt("SendKeyDownDelay", 1) ;1 millisecond
Opt("TCPTimeout", 100) ;100 milliseconds
Opt("TrayAutoPause", 1) ;0=no pause, 1=Pause
Opt("TrayIconDebug", 0) ;0=no info, 1=debug line info
Opt("TrayIconHide", 0) ;0=show, 1=hide tray icon
Opt("TrayMenuMode", 0) ;0=append, 1=no default menu, 2=no automatic check, 4=menuitemID  not return
Opt("TrayOnEventMode", 0) ;0=disable, 1=enable
Opt("WinDetectHiddenText", 0) ;0=don't detect, 1=do detect
Opt("WinSearchChildren", 1) ;0=no, 1=search children also
Opt("WinTextMatchMode", 1) ;1=complete, 2=quick
Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 1) ;1=start, 2=subStr, 3=exact, 4=advanced, -1 to -4=Nocase
Opt("WinWaitDelay", 250) ;250 milliseconds