AutoRemote EventGhost - Python Global Variable to AutoRemote Notification

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  1. WastedWrath

    WastedWrath New Member

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    Hey,
    I am trying to work out how to get a python global variable in eventghost (eg.globals.test1) to show the value in an AutoRemote Notification.

    I've been looking for a couple of hours so far and all I have found is people doing it the other way round or incorrect solutions.

    I'm sure it's pretty simple but I'm pretty new to this at the moment.

    Thanks.
     
  2. WastedWrath

    WastedWrath New Member

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    Finally figured out that just putting it inside {} sends the variable {eg.globals.test1}.

    I literally can't find this anywhere except for on a post in 2014. Hopefully this is useful for others
     
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