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AutoIT Script Collection - Contributions Only

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Let's add some gamescript aswell!!

Here are some of mij gamescripts (very basic, some of my first projects)

[b]Command & Conquer Generals[/b]
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[b]Halo Combat Evolved[/b]

I put in some sleep to listen to Halo's Music :D
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FlashFXP 3.x

AutoIT v3
Edit the script and input your own serial #

/EDIT
changed the end Winclose("flashfxp") to Processclose("flashfxp.exe")
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PowerDVD XP 4.

Note that the serial number is X'd out, so you'll have to edit it and add yours in.
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Roxio 5.3.5.10 Basic.

This is a little bit customized, where DirectCD is removed. I've found it to be too problematic.

Note -- this really installs the basic 5 package. In your Roxio directory, create a folder called "Update". Download the 5.3.5.10 update file and put it in the Update folder. Then rename the file to "update.exe". That way it is automatically integrated.
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[b]ArniWorks - AwxDTools[/b] (105b056 but should work for any version1.x)

Note: Place the script in the same dir than the prog and rename the installation to awxDtools.exe
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had a much lighter on my drive (there's absolutely no need for all the fuss you're putting on your script for such a light installer).
works with any version I've tested so far. putting this in "code" brackets, the board curiously doesn't want me to post .au3
[code];runs the installer "silently"
Run ("awxDTools.exe /S")

;says ok on paypal screen
WinWait ("About awxDTools - Daemon-Tools ShellExtension...")
Send ("{ENTER}")

;skips logoff
WinWait ("arniWORX Daemon-Tools ShellExtension Setup")
Send ("{LEFT}{ENTER}")[/code]
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The second is for Hitman 2 - Silent Assassin. it installs the game with the default parmeters, skips directx install then calls the patch.
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the last one is for Pro Evolution Soccer 3 PC-DVD version. made the script to look for the disc in the second cd drive (since my dvd reader is my second drive, so change $var[2] to the value your's is, if needed).
installs the game with default options, closes the autorun window that appears at the end of the install, installs the patch then calls for the game's settings.
the game is unfortunately quite unconfortable to play, it's been very badly ported from the ps2 version, and the framerate often varies (rarely works well. sometimes goes from over-speeded framerate to even slower than 3Dmark on a geforce2mx, and konami's patches just don't fix this bug). and those f***ing referees are even dumber than those who were at 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup.
hope the fourth won't have these problems :unsure:
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made a script for Soul Reaver 2. full install of the game, closes the readme.rtf (some changes may need to be done according to which software is associated to .rtf files on your system) then calls the 1.02 patch.
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made a script for quake 3 arena (req by Wedge1). installs the game with default options then installs the 1.32 pointrelease patch.
I don't have team arena, so if anyone has it and is willing to make script for it...
edit: .au3 upload support is back :)
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Autoit Script of [url="http://www.pgp.com/downloads/updates/pgp8.1.html"]PGP Personal Desktop 8.1[/url]

Rename the script file to pgp81.au3

Extract all the files from PGP executable into a folder and put the autoit script in the same folder.
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Made a scipt for GVim 6.3, installs the full package.
Gvim is a great text editor, best suited for people who make a lot of programming scripting.

From the Vim webpage:
[quote]What Is Vim?

Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text editing. It is an improved version of the vi editor distributed with most UNIX systems.

Vim is often called a "programmer's editor," and so useful for programming that many consider it an entire IDE. It's not just for programmers, though. Vim is perfect for all kinds of text editing, from composing email to editing configuration files.

What Vim Is Not?

Vim isn't an editor designed to hold its users' hands. It is a tool, the use of which must be learned.

Vim isn't a word processor. Although it can display text with various forms of highlighting and formatting, it isn't there to provide WYSIWYG editing of typeset documents. (It is great for editing TeX, though.)

Vim's License

Vim is charityware. Its license is GPL-compatible, so it's distributed freely, but we ask that if you find it useful you make a donation to help children in Uganda through the ICCF. The full license text can be found in the documentation. More information about charityware on Charity-ware.org.[/quote]

You can download it for free at:
[url="http://vim.sourceforge.net/index.php"]http://vim.sourceforge.net/index.php[/url]
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