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  1. Hi everyone.I need did my script is portable.I use @ScriptDir and trying use one command Example: RunWait(@ComSpec & '/ c copy /y ' & @ScriptDir & ' "\LOGUS\Logus.HMS.Desktop.lnk" "\\' & $rHostName & '\C$"') but it doesn't work for me.Please need for help.Thanks for your experience.Sorry for my English,I'm Russian... #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <EditConstants.au3> #include <ButtonConstants.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> #include <GuiListView.au3> #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> #include <String.au3> #in
  2. How do i add a path to a file in Include. I want my script to get the udf in the same folder as the script/exe: Include "@ScriptDir/udf.au3" can this be done?
  3. Hi guys, I'm either going crazy or AutoIT is.. Basically I need to get to the parent folder of @scriptdir, to do that, I used: $parentFolder=StringLeft(@ScriptDir, StringInStr(@ScriptDir, "\", 0, -1)) So far, all good. When I use MsgBox to show $parentfolder, I'm indeed able to see the folder above @scriptdir. Now, I've added a subfolderfile to the string with: $PPID_Bulk_Big_printers_csv_path=$parentFolder&'Printers\printers_PPID_Big.csv' And also here, all fine, MsgBox shows me the file location correctly. Now, for some weird reason, $PPID_Bulk_Big_printers_csv_path changes a
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