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the guide of "Using autoit for silent install"

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If it's that big of a deal, you could always just move the window off screen using something like this:

WinWait("Title","Text")
WinMove("Title","Text",-1000,-1000)

This way it'll wait for the window to exist, then move it off of the screen where it is no longer visible. It will show for a split second, then be moved.

Edited by chaoticyeshua

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dcduque    0

Thank you! It is very useful to me, I already tried it but did not work, I guess there's some information on the images that I can't see, why can't I see the pictures?

Another thing, I am using Windows 7 (x64) it seems to have an incompatibility error with Scite, so I had to install Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package (x86) and copy msvcr100.dll from C:WindowsSysWOW64 to C:WindowsSystem32 and it worked :) in case anyone has the same problem.

By the way, the error I am having is that the line which executes the installer replaces the actual name of the installer for the name of the script. I would appreciate it if anyone knows what I should do, thanks.

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Tripredacus    286

By the way, the error I am having is that the line which executes the installer replaces the actual name of the installer for the name of the script. I would appreciate it if anyone knows what I should do, thanks.

Post a code snippet.

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