Compiled AutoIt scripts always say "line -1", when an error occurs.
AutoIt scripts communicate with RoadRunner/RideRunner by creating a so-called object.
If RR isn't running the object is invalid, which leads to your error message.
This can happen when:
-RR isn't running
-you quit RR and the script still tries to communicate with it
Well thats the thing that is confusing. The plugin is starting using the "onstart..." command in the "exec..." file. This must be starting to fast and not noticing the RR is running. Maybe I should try opening it manually after RR starts.
Could be that the script is not just creating a RR object. Running it manually after RR is started is worth a try...
latest wifi script has this issue fixed, the one included in DFX was a mod done by john, using my source, i'm working(slowly) in a better version, which uses windows wlan api dll, xpsp2, xpsp3 and vista have this dll, so maybe W7 will be supported as well, no need to embed windows wireless network window, all will be skinnable.