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Karmagedon 2019/03/17 15:56:40 0 0
I propose to add a new command that would stop the work of the modules. Similar to pressing the Stop button in a BotChief Runner or compiled application....
donski_d 2019/03/14 02:40:00 0 0
Hi I am looking to have a bot created and am willing to pay for it , I have submitted a ticket  for this but so far have not got a response on taking the orderis there anywhere else I can get bot created that any one knows about - i would like windows forms if possible
Karmagedon 2019/03/09 14:23:31 2 0
I wrote an application that allows you to run compiled modules automatically.To use, you must specify the settings in the file autorun_options.ini.After that, run the file autorun.exe.Unzip the archive in the folder with the compiled application that you want to run. At startup, the first module is selected from the list of modules in the compiled application.DownloadWatch the video.
andy200486 2019/02/25 17:09:33 0 0
Hi everyone,I was wondering if it was possible to run my compiled boot without clicking on the run button ?Maybe can I pass parameters to the .exe ?Thanks!
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