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    AutoIT

    Anyone here using AutoIT scripts?

    Downloaded V3, along with the SciTE addon which allows you to record a manual install into a script so you dont need to be at the PC during the entire install...

    Already got a script for SIMS and Macromedia MX

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    Re: AutoIT

    I use it after the reccomendation of someone here. I did have one for Studio MX but I have managed to build a switchless silent installer for it now which is more reliable. I left some details on the wiki for that I think. they are brief but point you in the right direction.

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    Re: AutoIT

    This is the AutoIT Script i use for Studio MX you just need to input your own serial number

    Code:
    Run(@ScriptDir & "\FSCOMMAND\Setup.exe")
    
    WinWaitActive("Macromedia Studio MX", "Welcome")
    ControlClick("Macromedia Studio MX", "", "Button1")
    
    WinWaitActive("Macromedia Studio MX", "License Agreement")
    ControlClick("Macromedia Studio MX", "", "Button2")
    
    WinWaitActive("Macromedia Studio MX", "Please enter your name")
    ControlFocus("Macromedia Studio MX", "", "Edit1")
    Send("Information{TAB}Technology{TAB}Sawyers Hall College{TAB}INSERT SERIAL NUMBER HERE")
    ControlClick("Macromedia Studio MX", "", "Button1")
    
    WinWaitActive("Macromedia Studio MX", "Destination Folder")
    ControlClick("Macromedia Studio MX", "", "Button1")
    
    sleep(10000)
    
    WinWaitActive("InstallShield Wizard", "Macromedia Flash Player")
    ControlClick("InstallShield Wizard", "", "Button11")
    
    WinWaitActive("Select Language", "Please select the language")
    Send("{SPACE}")
    ControlClick("Select Language", "", "Button2")
    
    WinWaitActive("Macromedia Studio MX", "Setup has finished")
    ControlClick("Macromedia Studio MX", "", "Button4")
    
    sleep(30000)
    just place the EXE at the root of the disk or MX share

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    Re: AutoIT

    Written loads of stuff in AutoIT - been using it since version 2......

    See:

    http://www.edugeek.net/index.php?nam...ghlight=office

    For the quick launcher which some people are using.....

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