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  1. Creeper v0.1.1 Creeper is a 'heads up display' notification window that appears at the bottom of the screen and moves to the top and fades away. It is a window that is semi-transparent, and transparent to clicks. Creeper is not a UDF, but rather a stand-alone script to be invoked from the command line or another script. Many notifications can be launched this way in succession without complications. Pressing right ctrl and left ctrl will remove all notifications from the screen at any time. Creeper uses an embedded IE object and is thereby capable of rich html-based notifications. The html framework provided consists of: An optional title An optional image An optional html body (any html you want) The content parameters are: title html image Full styling for the framework involves parameters: bordercolor, borderwidth, borderstyle, padding, width backgroundcolor, color font, fontsize titlefont, titlecolor imagewidth, imageheight Special parameters are: fmtini fmtname outhtml autodel Specifying Command Line Parameters Specification is made easy by using named parameters, so the command line parameters can look like: "name1[,name2]..." "<value for name1>" "<value for name2>" Parameters for a simple message could look like: "title,html" "My Title" "Some html with <b>markup</b>" To make this even easier, a formatting ini file can be referenced, and parameter values picked up from there: "title,html,fmtini,fmtname" "My Title" "Some html with <b>markup</b>" "C:some.ini" "sectionname" Even more, a registry key can be used for all parameters: "2013." Templating is also supported, so if you have a html value that looks like: Hi, my name is %(name) ...then your command line can look like: "fmtini,fmtname,title,$name" "C:some.ini" "sectionname" "My Title" "George" where the html value in this case is picked up from the ini The other great feature of Creeper is that it can log its messages to a specific point in any html file: "html,outhtml" "Log this html" "C:some.html" Next Steps Examine the code comment header. The file will run without parameters using internal defaults. Let me know if you have any issues or have any solutions to the issues given. Caveats Its v0.1, so read the issues in the comments. The functions do not have thorough documentation headers since this is not a UDF, but the functions are simple and have single line explanations. Also, not a lot of error handling going on at this stage History Edit - Update to v0.1.1 TestCreeper.au3
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