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MyPCTweet - Use Twitter to Control Your PC(s)

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Ver 1.3.0.+ June 25, 2009

If you could control your PC from the Internet or your Cell Phone...

... What would you want it to do??

DownLoad MyPcTweet.exe here

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No Password or Personal info needed, it works with the "Account Name" (Except Email )

Easy to use... Just download and read the Simple Instructions.

This Lite Version is completely Free.

Example... "@MyPCTweet Message#I Love My Twins!!#"

and that's it!!

Over 150 Useful Run commands here

You can Command as many computers as you want with "Just One Tweet"

Enjoy!!

Valuater

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It's cool. But you should release the sourse for other members can learn more!

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For Internet Explorer 8 Users...

If you get this...

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See this... http://ebersys.blogspot.com/2009/03/how-to...alog-about.html

For Autoit Users Only...

Added - Run Autoit Line

Example...

@MyPCTweet Autoit#WinSetTitle('test', '', 'test')#

Added - Run Autoit Multi-Line

Example...

@MyPcTweet Autoit#While 1|ToolTip("x =" & MouseGetPos(0) & "," & "y =" &  MouseGetPos(1), 10, 10, "MyPCTweet & Autoit", 1)|Sleep(9)|WEnd#

Added - Run Autoit (au3) For Program1 and For Program2

1st

On the "Settings GUI", Set The selection of Program1 and/or Program2 to an Autoit (au3) File

Example...

"C:\Program Files\Autoit\Examples\Test.au3"

2nd

Run the command to MyPcTweet

Example....

@MyPcTweet Autoit#1#  ( Or @MyPcTweet Autoit#2# )

MyPcTweet Version # 1.3.0.1+ is Required

Enjoy!!

Valuater

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Sweet idea!

Perhaps, @MyPCTweet Autoit#WinSetTitle('test', '', 'test')

So you can run any autoit line you want. Now that would be useful!

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Sweet idea!

Perhaps, @MyPCTweet Autoit#WinSetTitle('test', '', 'test')

So you can run any autoit line you want. Now that would be useful!

Now That's what I am looking for..... Great Idea Firestorm!!

Done..

Uploaded...

Now Available!!!

I don't see me placing this in the Command page, it's singular to this community

.... But it works Great!!!

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ver 1.1.0.2

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Ver 1.1.0.2

This is cool!! ...I tried to use as many of the text characters twitter allows with Autoit code!

@MyPcTweet Autoit#While 1|ToolTip("x =" & MouseGetPos(0) & "," & "y =" &  MouseGetPos(1), 10, 10, "MyPCTweet & Autoit", 1)|Sleep(9)|WEnd

.. and it worked... Awesome!!!

MyPCTweet Uses StringReplace on "|" to @CRLF

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I don't tweet but, it is a pretty cool idea.

Minor spelling error on the Menu Tray.

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Sweet! I've never used twitter so I have no idea how it works=)

I've been writing something exactly the same as this but for email. I can send an email to myself and it reads it/parses it from the 'mobile.emailprovider' site. Depending on who it's from or what the text is it can perform PC actions like editing the attached photo, doing math operations, or simply just forwarding the message to me as plain text.

Great idea on the ability to run Au3 lines of code. I'll have to do that on this=)

Stuff you could add:

1) Math functions. Ability to do heavier math from a mobile text message would be sweet.

1) INI based code system. You could add in more functionality to this script by using an INI in the script folder to parse out commands and what script it should run.

CODE
[RunEmail]

Script=C:\Users\NAME\Desktop\Email.au3

Between those two and what you have here already, you could pretty much be able to control or do anything from a mobile phone. :D

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Thanks for the reply Guys!!!

I fixed the spelling Ken, Thx (AFAIK)

@Szhlopp, Thx

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I don't understand how that math could "help" the cell phone, plus you can run a script to complete that task. I do know that iPhone has thousands of apps.

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[RunEmail]

Script=C:\Users\NAME\Desktop\Email.au3

I actually have this use with the program selection already for the "Run" Program#1 and Program#2 commands. However, that would probably error.

But, that can be ran if you type in

@MyPcTweet Open#C:\Users\NAME\Desktop\Email.au3

Depending on your settings ( File association ) it will run OR it will open in SciTe

Autoit Installation defaults to "Run"

I might try to manipulate the Autoit# or something???

Thx again and good luck on your progy too!

@All, Anyone Like the New Look??

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I like the look. Infact, I signed up on twitter just to try this.

Doesn't seem to work correctly though. I tried your multi-line autoit command, and it threw a COM error. Here's my tweet: http://twitter.com/firestormpcc

Error: http://i42.tinypic.com/2a7ad7n.jpg

I am running the code YOU posted right now... No Problem.. do you have the latest version 1.2.0.4?

I noticed the COM Error says a "ShutDown" was already in process

....... Man you gotta quick talking to yourself on Twitter... :D

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EDIT*** I DON"T SEE THAT YOU ARE FOLLOWIN - MyPcTweet... ????

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Yeah, I downloaded that lastest.

And, perhaps. My friend made this account for me awhile back I guess, since I refused to. But now I guess I have a use for it.

I restarted my computer, let me try again.

EDIT: Just plain doesn't seem to work now. No error or anything, just the command doesn't run.

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Yeah, I downloaded that lastest.

And, perhaps. My friend made this account for me awhile back I guess, since I refused to. But now I guess I have a use for it.

I restarted my computer, let me try again.

EDIT: Just plain doesn't seem to work now. No error or anything, just the command doesn't run.

Go to the McPcTweet Icon and click...

"View Cmd Log"

If the command was in there , it will say.. ( mine)

2009-06-22 15:00:30 : Autoit#1

2009-06-22 14:14:03 : Autoit#While 1|ToolTip("x =" & MouseGetPos(0) & "," & "y =" & MouseGetPos(1), 10, 10, "MyPCTweet & Autoit", 1)|Sleep(9)|WEnd

When there is an error it should be like...

2009-06-22 11:11:16 : ***ERROR 3***  Message# see the new business cards #bscard
2009-06-22 11:03:52 : Message#Hey Robert !! Please Tell Joe to Help me think of Some Good Use!!!... See ya both soon!!

2009-06-22 09:24:37 : ***ERROR 4***  I'm Glad you Like the New Look Too! , twtbizcard
2009-06-22 09:24:37 : I'm Glad you Like the New Look Too! #twtbizcard

Did you click "Follow" for MyPcTweet?

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I did not see your second script on my Twitter, that is because the program will not allow you to run the same code twice...

(that's for error checking too!)

Test another code, then you can try that one again.

Try something simple like

"@MyPcTweet Message#I Like This!"

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I did not see your second script on my Twitter, that is because the program will not allow you to run the same code twice...

(that's for error checking too!)

Test another code, then you can try that one again.

Try something simple like

"@MyPcTweet Message#I Like This!"

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Seems to work now. I think it was a problem with a window coming up. http://img25.imageshack.us/img25/10/capturelpd.jpg

It comes up every time I enter a command, and the program sees it. If I click No, the command completes. But it comes up EVERY time.

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Seems to work now. I think it was a problem with a window coming up. http://img25.imageshack.us/img25/10/capturelpd.jpg

It comes up every time I enter a command, and the program sees it. If I click No, the command completes. But it comes up EVERY time.

1st, I am glad to see it is working for you... and KetonBomb too!

I don't have Vista or know how to fix that either...

Maybe someone who knows Vista can Help here!

????

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I don't know what to do either. Never seen the window before. Perhaps you could have your program look for the window as it looks for the command, and just have it select No every time.

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For Autoit Users Only...

Added - Run Autoit Line

Example...

CODE

@MyPCTweet Autoit#WinSetTitle('test', '', 'test')#

Added - Run Autoit Multi-Line

Example...

CODE

@MyPcTweet Autoit#While 1|ToolTip("x =" & MouseGetPos(0) & "," & "y =" & MouseGetPos(1), 10, 10, "MyPCTweet & Autoit", 1)|Sleep(9)|WEnd#

Added - Run Autoit (au3) For Program1 and For Program2

1st

On the "Settings GUI", Set The selection of Program1 and/or Program2 to an Autoit (au3) File

Example...

CODE

"C:\Program Files\Autoit\Examples\Test.au3"

2nd

Run the command to MyPcTweet

Example....

CODE

@MyPcTweet Autoit#1# ( Or @MyPcTweet Autoit#2# )

MyPcTweet Version # 1.2.1.+ is Required

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Posted (edited)

Ver 1.2.1.1+

Fixed - Open#www.google.co.in#

It is Better to use the New IENavigate# Commands for more control

EDIT completed error Ver# 1.2.1.2 Get it Here

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Ver 1.2.1.4+

Added - Computer#Lock

Added - Computer#Unlock

*** Be Carefull - You can Lock Yourself Out When Testing ***

Computer#Lock# ... to Lock the computer from users.

Computer#Unlock# ... to unlock the computer.

*** This is a Tech's Dream, You can Still Send commands with no user interruptions ***

BTW - if you install this on multiple computers, ALL of them will respond to your commands!!

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Ver 1.2.1.6+

Added - IENavigate#www.Google.com# ( any web page)

Added - IENavigate#quit# (or "exit")

Added - IENavigate#location|text|sleep-seconds|quit# ( in any order ) [Text = text only] [sleep-seconds = numbers only]

Slide-Show Example...

@MyPcTweet IENavigate#www.MyPics.com/Pic1|First Day|120|www.MyPics.com/Pic2|Two Days|180|www.MyPics.com/Pic3|Last Day|240|See You Soon|Quit#

Now MyPcTweet can do....

Net Meetings or Web Conferencing, Web Slide Shows with Text - Live or Pre-Defined

Just give attending members YOUR Twitter Username ( no passwords )

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Ver 1.3.0.1 +

*** NOW ALL COMMANDS HAVE STARTING # AND ENDING # ** ( As exampled below )

Added - Email#ToAddress|Subject|BodyText|File(s) to Attach#

( An attached file is NOT required, but Address|Subject|Body is required)

( File(s) to Attach Option C:\ThisFile.jpg;C:\Thisfile2.doc# )

Added - Email#Me|File(s) to Attach#

( Sends attached file to You )

Example ...

@MyPcTweet Email#Me|C:\Documents and Settings\My Pictures\SnapShot.jpg#

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Ver 1.3.0.4+

Added - AutoReply#On# ( Automated notification to a 'Reply' on your account... example @YOURTWITTERNAME )

Added - AutoReply#Off#

Added - Computer#ShuDown# ( Shutdown the Computer(s) )

AutoReply will notify you if anyone replies to you for any reason. Twitter replies are specific to your Twittter name

** Great for wanting to know if anyone has responded to your advertisements

** If people want to speak to you personally

** ... Or ????

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