'Screen Clipping' has indeed the defined in it. But when I removed it from the 'Screen clipping' file and just keep it in my own file, it still gives the same error.I assume if "Screen Clipping w options 5.ahk" works fine alone then it has #Lbutton define in it. When you #inclue and then state again, you are ending up with a duplicate hotkey definition.
The 'Tesseract' file doesn't use the function that is used in the 'Screen Clipping' file. The 'Screen Clipping' file does however also includes the 'Tesseract' file so I removed that line there too but still... same error message.Or perhaps the files Tesseract.ahk and Screen Clipping w options 5.ahk both contain a function with the exact same name. The error speaks of a function definition. So those two files are incompatible with each other.
What an honor that you react to my question I've watched a lot of your vids since I started with AHK at the beginning of this year. Please keep on making them since I learned a lot from them.
Now on to the question:
The file you are using has like 1000 more lines. This isn't a problem really but the reason I used the other one is that I want as few lines as possible. After I included the file I want to remove all the functions the hotkey isn't using and when I'm using your file that would be a lot more work and will get way too complicated for me I think. Next to this, and more importantly, with the script you are using I am only able to close the screen clip by pressing while in the one I'm using I can close the screen clip by clicking on the top right.
I tried changing this in your script but unfortunately, I do not have the knowledge to do this.
But for now, I will use the script that is on your website, thanks for that!
Thanks for your replies!
OK, that won't work either. 'TheAutomatorScript' is the script from the website Joe Glines mentioned.
It's the same problem. Works when using just the 'TheAutomatorScript' but not when I'm using the hotkey in another file and include the 'TheAutomatorScript'. I found out that the specific function that gives an error is defined in the 'TheAutomatorScritp' file and in the 'Gdip' file but why does this only gives an error when using the hotkey in another script?
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#Include S:\...\TheAutomatorScript.ahk #Lbutton::SCW_ScreenClip2Win(clip:=1,email:=0,IMUGR:=0)