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  1. I updated the UDF by Patric Pendelin to use the MemoryDLL UDF. There are only two new functions: _SevenZip_Load & _SevenZip_Free The first function must be called before using any other functions included in the UDF and the other should be called to free memory when the UDF is no longer needed! The size of binary from the module was excessive so I used the ZLMA UDF to compress it. It will be decompressed at run time before its loaded into memory. The only advantage of using this UDF is that it removes the need to included any DLLs in your script. A lot of functions haven't been a
  2. change linked image paths in excel 2007 Open XML Files with AutoIt and 7-zip: #include <File.au3> #include <WinAPIFiles.au3> ;Required 7-zip Global $Path7z = @ProgramFilesDir & "\7-Zip" If Not FileExists($Path7z & "\7z.exe") Then MsgBox(16, "", "7z.exe not found in path " & $Path7z) Exit EndIf Global $bFileOpen Global $sFileRead ;Global $sOldImg = "C:\Users\MyUserName\Documents\MyImageFolder" ;Global $sNewImg = "C:\Users\ANOTHERUSERNAME\Documents\AnotherImageFolder" Global $sOldImg = &q
  3. There is an Example called _7ZIPExtractEx_Example_using_Callback.AU3 in the 7-Zip UDF. I found a problem. If one file in the 7z archive is too big,the progress bar will stop for a long time. How can I get the exact progress even though there are big files in the archive? In other words,how to get the exact extracted file size without delay ? 7Zip_UDF.zip
  4. Hello all I was wondering if any one new of a way to extract the files from a Comic Book Archive (.cbr)? My original thought was to use 7za.exe (&-zip console app) but when I run: 7za x 1.cbr 7-zip returns: Processing archive: 1.cbr Error: Can not open file as archive Does anyone a suggestion or other method? PS I am trying to make a .cbr to .pdf script
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