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Post by burque505 » 28 Oct 2017, 18:18

I imagine this has been done, but I haven't seen it anywhere. I needed to use CLR.ahk with AutoHotkey.dll in UiPath, and it threw an error regarding declaration of built-in variables, in the case "null".
I just changed "null" to "nulo" everywhere in the library and it worked. Also works with AHK_L, by the way. I guess I posted this in the wrong place, because it "migrated" here ... :)