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Autoit,anyone uses it?
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Default Autoit,anyone uses it? - 05-07-2012, 06:44 | posts: 2,878 | Location: far,far from home

A friend told me about it,a nifty tool to create automate task,and some more cool things.
But before i start messing with it,i wanted to know your opinion.
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Default 05-07-2012, 08:32 | posts: 25,234 | Location: NZ

Never heard of it.
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Default 05-07-2012, 10:44 | posts: 3,783

You mean this AutoIt, right?
Any proper system maintainer would know about it.
It's powerful enough to automate almost anything in Windows.
Probably similar to cron in *nix but a tad bit more since you can create GUIs with it.
If you're used to scripting languages like BASIC, it's quite simple to get into.

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