a warm hello to all,
I find the program ui.vision super intuitive and have worked my way in and written me in the last 6 weeks a code which consists of 4 macros that communicate with each other and process parralel tasks that are related to each other.
I have taken the last few days off from my work to give it the final touches, the code is now ready and I wanted to run it full of joy. but after a short time reached me the error message “out of memory”.
on the next run i watched the ram usage in the task manager and saw gigabyte load increases without the code doing anything that could justify that.
i used to write very simple loops in the form of:
so i created a macro for testing that consists of only two lines.
label / go /
gotoIf / go /
and this also generates enormous ram consumption.
in 10 min. about 1GByte.
since yesterday i am looking for a solution for this problem.
I have seen that others have also reported something like this and it was suggested to them as a solution via powershell to close everything and open again.
this is very difficult with my code because the four macros build on each other and the ram memory grows extremely fast because the code is longer.
I use windows 7 and firefox.
the minimize memory function of firefox seems to be able to reduce the problem. however, the benefit of an RPA is lost when i have to press a button in 1min rhythm.
i need help.
do you know a solution for my problem or is there a solution for the memory leak in work and will come with the next update?
does anyone know how to set the firefox config to dispose the garbage collection faster or to trigger the minimize memory button effect by itself?
if not, does anyone know of a program that is similar to ui.vision (can be started from the computer without a server or similar), is free and does not continuously consume more ram?
i am very frustrated and feel as if my 6 weeks of work were in vain.
Thanks for your time