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  1. Is this possible with autoit? What I want to do: Create a Desctop windows shortcut to run an executable application created with autoit, which shortcut would have some parameters which will send as a variable to the aplicagion . For example: Create an app : ExampleAppCreatedByAutoit.exe Run this with a shortcut which has: "C:/ExampleAppCreatedByAutoit.exe" -option1 What I want to do is the ExampleAppCreatedByAutoit.exe take the option1 and do something like this: Shellexecute("c:\myfolder\option1.exe") Can I do that? Thanks,
  2. hi guys, how are you ?? fine? good... Here is a little question: is it possible to know whish shortcut has been used to launch my autoit app ? i'm quite sure that there's nothing to do with autoit, but mostly windows ... My context: i have an app accessed from the network by my user. In my app i use FileCreateShortcut to point to \\myfileserver\myapp.exe Soon, in october, they are going to change my fileserver, so my app will be on \myNEWfileserver\myapp.exe So in my code, i just rewrite my shortcut on the desktop's user. Everything works fine. BUT..some users have several shortcut for my app (they just manually create another shortcut which i don't know the name). So maybe they don't use my shortcut but their own ... => i know I could list all file on desktop, and for all the .lnk i check if destination is myapp.exe and modify the path but do you see another way ? thanks have fun !
  3. I am trying to launch the shortcut through autoit, but I am getting below error. [Window Title] C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe /c start "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\erwin\erwin Mart Server r9.8 (64-bit)\Create MartServer Service.lnk" [Content] Windows cannot find 'C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe /c start "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\erwin\erwin Mart Server r9.8 (64-bit)\Create MartServer Service.lnk"'. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again. [OK] Launching the target directly is not feasible as it is dynamic. I tried. $r = ShellExecute(@ComSpec & " /c " & "start """& @ProgramsCommonDir & "\erwin\erwin Mart Server r9.8 (64-bit)\Create MartServer Service.lnk""") and also Run and RUnwait
  4. I am trying to launch a shortcut. But I am getting a file not found error. Even I kept a condition to check the file exist and it is there but still I am getting the below error on run command. $release = "r10.0" $bit = "64" $erwinShortcut = @ProgramsCommonDir&"\erwin\erwin Data Modeler "& $release &" ("& $bit &"-bit)\erwin Data Modeler "& $release &" ("& $bit &"-bit).lnk" Run(@ComSpec & " /c """& $erwinShortcut &"""", @TempDir, @SW_HIDE) [Window Title] C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\erwin\erwin Data Modeler r10.0 (64-bit)\erwin Data Modeler r10.0 (64-bit).lnk [Content] C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\erwin\erwin Data Modeler r10.0 (64-bit)\erwin Data Modeler r10.0 (64-bit).lnk The specified path does not exist. Check the path, and then try again. [OK] Any suggestions? Even I tried surrounding with both double and single quotes for the path of lnk. And even changed the working directory to startmenu folder and also exe folder.
  5. _FileGetShortcutEx This UDF will return shortcut (.LNK) file information for more advanced shortcuts that AutoIt's built-in FileGetShortcut() chokes on. The following types of shortcuts can be retrieved using this function: MSI Advertised Shortcuts URL (website) Shortcuts that are embedded (rather than put in a .URL file) Special GUID Shell Item Shortcuts. This is only one level deep at the moment, so it will only read the base Folder GUID (For example: shortcuts to 'My Computer', 'Recycle Bin' return fine) UNC Shortcuts ("PCNAME"). This is also only one level deep currently, so "PCNAMEFolder" shortcuts will fail (as well as regular shortcuts, of course) Operation is simple: call '_FileGetShortcutEx("filename")' to get an array that is arranged the same as FileGetShortcut(). Included in the ZIP are two examples of shortcuts that AutoIt will fail on, but this function will work on. I don't have any MSI Advertised shortcut examples, but I believe Microsoft Office and ACDSee shortcuts both use these shortcuts types which return wonky results using AutoIt's function. Thanks go out to Prog@ndy for the original '_FileGetShortcutEx' function and MSI shortcut code (which I converted for Unicode). See my original post here for his code. *Shortcut Key retrieval* This was requested on the Help board, and I thought it was a good idea to include it here. If you need to grab a shortcut's associated Shortcut Key, you can use the below code, assuming you already know beforehand that the file is a shortcut file: $sShortcutFile = "C:\MyShortcut.lnk" $nShortcutKey = Number(StringToBinary(StringMid(FileRead($sShortcutFile, 68), 65, 4))) ConsoleWrite("Shortcut key = " & $nShortcutKey & @CRLF) The format of the key is described under IShellLink::GetHotkey, and I've included code that converts most key combos in >this post. *Special note on 'Normal' Internet shortcuts: While this UDF only looks at .LNK shortcuts (what you use FileGetShortcut() with), some confuse .URL Internet shortcuts with these types, so I decided I'd put a solution for those interested on how to get a URL Internet shortcut. It's actually so simple it can be done in one line, so here it is (note the .URL extension): $sURL=IniRead(@UserProfileDir&"\Favorites\Google.URL","InternetShortcut","URL","") Ascend4nt's AutoIT Code License agreement: no license - just be a good person and credit other people for their work, yeh? Download the ZIP from my site
  6. Translated by Google. Sorry for any mistakes. Sorry for creating this post based on other great creations but after 15 days searching for a solution to a problem beast I solved them. Maybe someone new like me can take advantage of this solution for their programs without wasting so much time I want to leave here my thanks to the 2 post that saved my life First the Yashied for the excellent work in the article: And commenting on improvements to the _FileGetShortcutEX function Commented on by Ascend4nt Here is my list linking the 2 articles #Include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #Include <GUIImageList.au3> #Include <GUITreeView.au3> #Include <TreeViewConstants.au3> #Include <WindowsConstants.au3> #Include <WinAPIEx.au3> #include "_FileGetShortcutEX.au3" Opt('MustDeclareVars', 1) Global $hForm, $hTreeView, $hImageList, $hItem = 0, $hSelect = 0, $hInput, $Input, $Dummy1, $Dummy2 ;novas linhas <<<<< Global $hInput2, $Input2 Global $X, $Y, $sPath, $sRoot = @ProgramsCommonDir; mudado para o projeto @HomeDrive $hForm = GUICreate('MyGUI', 600, 600) $Input = GUICtrlCreateInput('', 20, 20, 560, 19) $hInput = GUICtrlGetHandle(-1) GUICtrlSetState(-1, $GUI_DISABLE) ;novas linhas <<<<< $Input2 = GUICtrlCreateInput('', 20, 40, 560, 19) $hInput2 = GUICtrlGetHandle(-1) ;GUICtrlSetState(-1, $GUI_DISABLE) ;$hTreeView = _GUICtrlTreeView_Create($hForm, 20, 50, 560, 530, BitOR($TVS_HASBUTTONS, $TVS_HASLINES, $TVS_LINESATROOT, $TVS_DISABLEDRAGDROP, $TVS_SHOWSELALWAYS), $WS_EX_CLIENTEDGE) ;_GUICtrlTreeView_SetHeight($hTreeView, 18) GUICtrlCreateTreeView(20, 90, 560, 530, -1, $WS_EX_CLIENTEDGE) $hTreeView = GUICtrlGetHandle(-1) $Dummy1 = GUICtrlCreateDummy() $Dummy2 = GUICtrlCreateDummy() If _WinAPI_GetVersion() >= '6.0' Then _WinAPI_SetWindowTheme($hTreeView, 'Explorer') EndIf $hImageList = _GUIImageList_Create(16, 16, 5, 1) _GUIImageList_AddIcon($hImageList, @SystemDir & '\shell32.dll', 3) _GUIImageList_AddIcon($hImageList, @SystemDir & '\shell32.dll', 4) _GUIImageList_AddIcon($hImageList, @SystemDir & '\shell32.dll', 51) _GUICtrlTreeView_SetNormalImageList($hTreeView, $hImageList) $sRoot = StringRegExpReplace(FileGetLongName($sRoot), '\\+\Z', '') $sPath = StringRegExpReplace($sRoot, '^.*\\', '') If StringInStr($sPath, ':') Then $sRoot &= '\' $sPath &= '\' EndIf If _WinAPI_PathIsDirectory($sRoot) Then $hItem = _GUICtrlTreeView_AddChild($hTreeView, 0, $sPath, 0, 0) If FileClose(FileFindFirstFile($sRoot & '\*')) Then _GUICtrlTreeView_AddChild($hTreeView, $hItem, '', 2, 2) EndIf EndIf GUIRegisterMsg($WM_NOTIFY, 'WM_NOTIFY') GUISetState() If $hItem Then _GUICtrlTreeView_Expand($hTreeView, $hItem) EndIf While 1 Switch GUIGetMsg() Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Exit Case $Dummy1 ; Update GUISetCursor(1, 1) _TVUpdate($hTreeView, GUICtrlRead($Dummy1)) GUISetCursor(2, 0) Case $Dummy2 ; Menu $hItem = GUICtrlRead($Dummy2) $sPath = _TVGetPath($hTreeView, $hItem, $sRoot) ConsoleWrite('-------------------------------' & @CR) ConsoleWrite('Handle: ' & $hItem & @CR) ConsoleWrite('Path: ' & $sPath & @CR) If _WinAPI_PathIsDirectory($sPath) Then ConsoleWrite('Type: ' & 'Directory' & @CR) Else ConsoleWrite('Type: ' & 'File' & @CR) EndIf ConsoleWrite('X: ' & MouseGetPos(0) & @CR) ConsoleWrite('Y: ' & MouseGetPos(1) & @CR) ConsoleWrite('-------------------------------' & @CR) EndSwitch WEnd Func _TVGetPath($hTV, $hItem, $sRoot) Local $Path = StringRegExpReplace(_GUICtrlTreeView_GetTree($hTV, $hItem), '([|]+)|(\\[|])', '\\') If Not $Path Then Return '' EndIf If Not StringInStr($Path, ':') Then Return StringRegExpReplace($sRoot, '(\\[^\\]*(\\|)+)\Z', '\\') & $Path EndIf Return $Path EndFunc ;==>_TVGetPath Func _TVSetPath($hTV, $hItem, $sRoot) ;16/11/24 incerindo variaveis pra detalhamento Local $Arq = _TVGetPath($hTV, $hItem, $sRoot) Local $sDir_Name = StringRegExpReplace($Arq, "(^.*\\)(.*)", "\1") Local $NomeArq = StringRegExpReplace($Arq, "^.*\\", "") Local $NomeArqPos = StringInStr($NomeArq, ".", 0, -1);localiza o ponto da extenso if $NomeArqPos Then Local $NomeArq2 = StringLeft($NomeArq, $NomeArqPos - 1) Local $ArqTipo = StringTrimLeft($NomeArq, $NomeArqPos ) if $ArqTipo="lnk" Then Local $t=_FileGetShortcutEX($Arq);FileGetShortcut($Arq) if $t[2]<> "" Then $t[0] &= "' '"&$t[2] EndIf GUICtrlSetData($Input2,"'"&$t[0] &"'") EndIf Else Local $NomeArq2=$NomeArq Local $ArqTipo='' EndIf Local $sDOS_Dir = FileGetShortName($sDir_Name, 1) GUICtrlSetData($Input, _WinAPI_PathCompactPath($hInput,$Arq, 554)) $hSelect = $hItem EndFunc ;==>_TVSetPath Func _TVUpdate($hTV, $hItem) Local $hImageList = _SendMessage($hTV, $TVM_GETIMAGELIST) Local $Path = StringRegExpReplace(_TVGetPath($hTV, $hItem, $sRoot), '\\+\Z', '') Local $hIcon, $hSearch, $hSubitem Local $Index, $File _WinAPI_LockWindowUpdate($hTV) _GUICtrlTreeView_Delete($hTV, _GUICtrlTreeView_GetFirstChild($hTV, $hItem)) $hSearch = FileFindFirstFile($Path & '\*') If $hSearch = -1 Then If Not @error Then If FileExists($Path) Then ; If _WinAPI_PathIsDirectory($Path) Then ; ; Access denied ; EndIf Else _GUICtrlTreeView_Delete($hTV, $hItem) _WinAPI_LockWindowUpdate(0) Return 0 EndIf EndIf Else While 1 $File = FileFindNextFile($hSearch) If @error Then ExitLoop EndIf If @extended Then $hSubItem = _GUICtrlTreeView_AddChild($hTV, $hItem, $File, 0, 0) If FileClose(FileFindFirstFile($Path & '\' & $File & '\*')) Then _GUICtrlTreeView_AddChild($hTV, $hSubItem, '', 2, 2) EndIf EndIf WEnd FileClose($hSearch) EndIf $hSearch = FileFindFirstFile($Path & '\*') If $hSearch = -1 Then Else While 1 $File = FileFindNextFile($hSearch) If @error Then ExitLoop EndIf If Not @extended Then $hIcon = _WinAPI_ShellExtractAssociatedIcon($Path & '\' & $File, 1) $Index = _GUIImageList_ReplaceIcon($hImageList, -1, $hIcon) _GUICtrlTreeView_AddChild($hTV, $hItem, $File, $Index, $Index) _WinAPI_DestroyIcon($hIcon) EndIf WEnd FileClose($hSearch) EndIf _GUICtrlTreeView_SetItemParam($hTV, $hItem, 0x7FFFFFFF) _WinAPI_LockWindowUpdate(0) Return 1 EndFunc ;==>_TVUpdate Func _WinAPI_LockWindowUpdate2($hWnd) Local $Ret = DllCall('user32.dll', 'int', 'LockWindowUpdate', 'hwnd', $hWnd) If (@error) Or (Not $Ret[0]) Then Return SetError(1, 0, 0) EndIf Return 1 EndFunc ;==>_WinAPI_LockWindowUpdate ;AutoIt_Debugger_Command:Disable_Debug Func WM_NOTIFY($hWnd, $iMsg, $wParam, $lParam) Local $tNMTREEVIEW = DllStructCreate($tagNMTREEVIEW, $lParam) Local $hItem = DllStructGetData($tNMTREEVIEW, 'NewhItem') Local $iState = DllStructGetData($tNMTREEVIEW, 'NewState') Local $hTV = DllStructGetData($tNMTREEVIEW, 'hWndFrom') Local $ID = DllStructGetData($tNMTREEVIEW, 'Code') Local $tTVHTI, $tPoint Switch $hTV Case $hTreeView Switch $ID ;AutoIt_Debugger_Command:Enable_Debug Case $TVN_ITEMEXPANDEDW If Not FileExists(_TVGetPath($hTV, $hItem, $sRoot)) Then _GUICtrlTreeView_Delete($hTV, $hItem) If BitAND($iState, $TVIS_SELECTED) Then _TVSetPath($hTV, _GUICtrlTreeView_GetSelection($hTV), $sRoot) EndIf Else If Not BitAND($iState, $TVIS_EXPANDED) Then _GUICtrlTreeView_SetSelectedImageIndex($hTV, $hItem, 0) _GUICtrlTreeView_SetImageIndex($hTV, $hItem, 0) Else _GUICtrlTreeView_SetSelectedImageIndex($hTV, $hItem, 1) _GUICtrlTreeView_SetImageIndex($hTV, $hItem, 1) If Not _GUICtrlTreeView_GetItemParam($hTV, $hItem) Then GUICtrlSendToDummy($Dummy1, $hItem) EndIf EndIf EndIf Case $TVN_SELCHANGEDW If BitAND($iState, $TVIS_SELECTED) Then If Not FileExists(_TVGetPath($hTV, $hItem, $sRoot)) Then _GUICtrlTreeView_Delete($hTV, $hItem) $hItem = _GUICtrlTreeView_GetSelection($hTV) EndIf If $hItem <> $hSelect Then _TVSetPath($hTV, $hItem, $sRoot) EndIf EndIf Case $NM_RCLICK $tPoint = _WinAPI_GetMousePos(1, $hTV) $tTVHTI = _GUICtrlTreeView_HitTestEx($hTV, DllStructGetData($tPoint, 1), DllStructGetData($tPoint, 2)) $hItem = DllStructGetData($tTVHTI, 'Item') If BitAND(DllStructGetData($tTVHTI, 'Flags'), $TVHT_ONITEM) Then _GUICtrlTreeView_SelectItem($hTreeView, $hItem) If Not FileExists(_TVGetPath($hTV, $hItem, $sRoot)) Then _GUICtrlTreeView_Delete($hTV, $hItem) $hItem = _GUICtrlTreeView_GetSelection($hTV) Else GUICtrlSendToDummy($Dummy2, $hItem) EndIf If $hItem <> $hSelect Then _TVSetPath($hTV, $hItem, $sRoot) EndIf EndIf ;AutoIt_Debugger_Command:Disable_Debug EndSwitch EndSwitch Return $GUI_RUNDEFMSG EndFunc ;==>WM_NOTIFY ;AutoIt_Debugger_Command:Enable_Debug
  7. Hello all! I was in read-only until today, started to use Autoit 3 weeks ago. It can really make things easy, I really love it I have some script now that works and make our job effective, but I have problems with the latest. It works if I open the script's folder and run the exe directly. If I use the shortcut that I created on the desktop, it's not working properly. Activates the window, but not opening/exporting my files, just opens the last msgbox. I use ftp becouse the PC and the destination PC is not on the same network. Here's the script: #Region ;**** Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI **** #AutoIt3Wrapper_Icon=..\microsoft_excel.ico #AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_Comment=send file over ftp #AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_Description=send file over ftp for process #AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_Language=1038 #AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_requestedExecutionLevel=requireAdministrator #EndRegion ;**** Directives created by AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI **** #cs ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- AutoIt Version: 3.3.14.2 Author: imitto Script Function: Rename and put playlist file on ftp #ce ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- #RequireAdmin #include <File.au3> #include <FileConstants.au3> #include <AutoItConstants.au3> #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> #include <FTPEx.au3> ; Script Start Global $playlistname=@YEAR&@MON&@MDAY&"-playlist.pll" BlockInput($BI_DISABLE) Opt ("WinTitleMatchMode", 2) WinActivate("MAIN SCHED") WinWaitActive("MAIN SCHED") ;Opt ("WinTitleMatchMode", 1) Send("!fo") WinWaitActive("Open") Send("Z:\playlist\"&$playlistname&"{ENTER}") Sleep(2000) Send("!fe") WinWaitActive("MCon") Send("{ENTER}") WinWaitActive("Save") Send("C:\sendFileForXLS\lista.txt{ENTER}") Sleep(500) Send("!fc") BlockInput($BI_ENABLE) Sleep(50) Opt ("WinTitleMatchMode", 1) Local $hOpen = _FTP_Open('MyFTP Control') $ftp=_FTP_Connect($hOpen, "**********", "******", "******") If @error Then MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, '_FTP_Connect', 'ERROR=' & @error) Else _FTP_FilePut($ftp, @ScriptDir&"\lista.txt", "/lista.txt") EndIf Local $iFtpc = _FTP_Close($hOpen) FileDelete(@ScriptDir&"\lista.txt") MsgBox(0, "", "Playlist exported", 2) Exit
  8. Well. I was needing to create a networks shortcut. so I did find anything into the forum. So I write this after reading about Nonfile Object. ;~ Danyfirex 26/07/2015 #include <WinAPIShellEx.au3> Opt("MustDeclareVars", 1) Global Const $SHCONTF_NONFOLDERS = 0x00040 Global Const $SHGDN_NORMAL = 0 Global Const $S_OK = 0 Global Const $sTagSTRRET = "UINT uType;ptr pOleStr;UINT uOffset;CHAR cStr[256]" Global Const $CLSID_ShellLink = "{00021401-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" Global Const $sIID_IShellLinkW = "{000214F9-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" Global Const $sTagIShellLink = "getpath hresult(long;long;long;long); " & _ "getidlist hresult(ptr); " & _ "setidlist hresult(ptr); " & _ "getdescription hresult(long;long); " & _ "setdescription hresult(wstr); " & _ "getworkingdirectory hresult(long;long); " & _ "setworkingdirectory hresult(long); " & _ "getarguments hresult(long;long); " & _ "setarguments hresult(ptr); " & _ "gethotkey hresult(long); " & _ "sethotkey hresult(word); " & _ "getshowcmd hresult(long); " & _ "setshowcmd hresult(int); " & _ "geticonlocation hresult(long;long;long); " & _ "seticonlocation hresult(wstr;int); " & _ "setrelativepath hresult(long;long); " & _ "resolve hresult(long;long); " & _ "setpath hresult(wstr)" Global Const $sIID_IPersistFile = "{0000010b-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" Global Const $sTagIPersistFile = "GetClassID hresult(long); IsDirty hresult(); Load hresult(long;long); Save hresult(wstr;bool); SaveCompleted hresult(long); GetCurFile hresult(long)" Global Const $sIID_IEnumIDList = "{000214F2-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" Global Const $sTagIEnumIDList = "Next hresult(ulong;ptr*;ulong*);" & _ "Reset hresult();" & _ "Skip hresult(ulong);" & _ "Clone hresult(ptr*);" Global Const $sIID_IShellFolder = "{000214E6-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}" Global Const $sTagIShellFolder = "ParseDisplayName hresult(hwnd;ptr;wstr;ulong*;ptr*;ulong*);" & _ "EnumObjects hresult(hwnd;dword;ptr*);" & _ "BindToObject hresult(ptr;ptr;clsid;ptr*);" & _ "BindToStorage hresult(ptr*;ptr;clsid;ptr*);" & _ "CompareIDs hresult(lparam;ptr*;ptr*);" & _ "CreateViewObject hresult(hwnd;clsid;ptr*);" & _ "GetAttributesOf hresult(uint:ptr*;ulong*);" & _ "GetUIObjectOf hresult(hwnd;uint;ptr*;clsid;uint*;ptr*);" & _ "GetDisplayNameOf hresult(ptr;dword;ptr);" & _ "SetNameOf hresult(hwnd;ptr*;wstr;dword;ptr*);" Local $MyNetWorkConnectionName="Conexión de red inalámbrica" CreateNetWorkConnectionShortCut($MyNetWorkConnectionName) ;~ Success: Return True ;~ Failure: Return False ;~ if $lnkPath = "" ShortCut will be Create on Desktop with the name of the Conections($sConnectionName) Func CreateNetWorkConnectionShortCut($sConnectionName, $lnkPath = "") Local $pConecctionsFolder = 0 Local $oConecctionsFolder = 0 Local $pEnumIDList = 0 Local $oEnumIDList = 0 Local $pPIDLItem = 0 Local $celtFetched = 0 Local $pPIDLConectionsFolder = 0 Local $bRet = False Local $tSTRRET = 0 Local $twstring = 0 Local $pShellFolder = SHGetDesktopFolder() Local $oShellFolder = ObjCreateInterface($pShellFolder, $sIID_IShellFolder, $sTagIShellFolder) If @error Then Return $bRet $pPIDLConectionsFolder = _WinAPI_ShellGetSpecialFolderLocation($CSIDL_CONNECTIONS) If SUCCEEDED($oShellFolder.BindToObject($pPIDLConectionsFolder, Null, $sIID_IShellFolder, $pConecctionsFolder)) Then $oConecctionsFolder = ObjCreateInterface($pConecctionsFolder, $sIID_IShellFolder, $sTagIShellFolder) If IsObj($oConecctionsFolder) Then If SUCCEEDED($oConecctionsFolder.EnumObjects(Null, $SHCONTF_NONFOLDERS, $pEnumIDList)) Then $oEnumIDList = ObjCreateInterface($pEnumIDList, $sIID_IEnumIDList, $sTagIEnumIDList) If IsObj($oEnumIDList) Then $tSTRRET = DllStructCreate($sTagSTRRET) While (SUCCEEDED($oEnumIDList.Next(1, $pPIDLItem, $celtFetched)) And $celtFetched > 0) If SUCCEEDED($oConecctionsFolder.GetDisplayNameOf($pPIDLItem, $SHGDN_NORMAL, DllStructGetPtr($tSTRRET))) Then $twstring = DllStructCreate("wchar Name[512]", $tSTRRET.pOleStr) If $twstring.Name = $sConnectionName Then If $lnkPath = "" Then $lnkPath = @DesktopDir & "\" & $twstring.Name & ".lnk" $bRet = CreateLnk($pPIDLConectionsFolder, $pPIDLItem, $lnkPath) ExitLoop EndIf $twstring = 0 EndIf WEnd EndIf EndIf EndIf EndIf If $pPIDLConectionsFolder Then _WinAPI_CoTaskMemFree($pPIDLConectionsFolder) Return $bRet EndFunc ;==>CreateNetWorkShortCut Func CreateLnk($PIDL1, $PIDL2, $lnkPath) Local $oShellLink = 0 Local $oIPersistFile = 0 Local $pIPersistFile = 0 Local $pAppendID = 0 Local $bRet = False $oShellLink = ObjCreateInterface($CLSID_ShellLink, $sIID_IShellLinkW, $sTagIShellLink) If @error Then Return $bRet $pAppendID = ILAppendID($PIDL1, $PIDL2) If IsObj($oShellLink) And $pAppendID Then If SUCCEEDED($oShellLink.SetIDList($pAppendID)) Then $oShellLink.QueryInterface($sIID_IPersistFile, $pIPersistFile) $oIPersistFile = ObjCreateInterface($pIPersistFile, $sIID_IPersistFile, $sTagIPersistFile) If IsObj($oIPersistFile) Then $bRet = SUCCEEDED($oIPersistFile.Save($lnkPath, True)) EndIf EndIf EndIf Return $bRet EndFunc ;==>CreateLnk Func ILAppendID($PIDLIST_RELATIVE, $LPSHITEMID, $fAppend = True) Local $aRet = DllCall("Shell32.dll", "ptr", "ILAppendID", "ptr", $PIDLIST_RELATIVE, "ptr", $LPSHITEMID, "bool", $fAppend) If @error Then Return SetError(@error, @extended, 0) If $aRet[0] = 0 Then Return SetError(10, $aRet[0], 0) Return $aRet[0] EndFunc ;==>ILAppendID Func SHGetDesktopFolder() Local $aRet = DllCall("Shell32.dll", "long", "SHGetDesktopFolder", "ptr*", Null) If @error Then Return SetError(@error, @extended, 0) If $aRet[0] Then Return SetError(10, $aRet[0], 0) Return $aRet[1] EndFunc ;==>SHGetDesktopFolder Func SUCCEEDED($hr) Return ($hr >= 0) EndFunc ;==>SUCCEEDED Saludos
  9. I wrote below code to delete a file. But when I am trying to delete a shortcut, it it deleting target file instead of shortcut when I created a context menu entry for this executable. The executable is working fine if we use it normally instead of context menu.But with COntext menu it is taking the target instead of shortcut. By using the below registries. Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shell\Delete Permanently\command] @="\"C:\\Program Files\\Permanent Delete\\Delete Permanently.exe\" \"%1\""And compiled the below code to executable. DeleteFile($CmdLine[$i]) ; Adding the path through CMD line argument. Func DeleteFile($sFilePath) Local $iDelete = FileDelete($sFilePath) ; Display a message of whether the file was deleted. If $iDelete Then MsgBox($MB_ICONINFORMATION, "Deleting ...", "The file was successfuly deleted: " & $sFilePath,10) Else MsgBox($MB_ICONERROR, "Deleting ...", "An error occurred while deleting the file: " & $sFilePath & @CRLF & "Please check whether it is in use by any process",10) EndIf EndFunc
  10. 236 This works perfect for desktop shortcuts $ink = "\cleaner.lnk" $cmd = "C:\AutoIt3\Code\00_Trials\Installer\Cleaner.exe" $icon = "C:\32.ico" ; & "\au3", FileCreateShortcut($cmd , @DesktopDir & $ink , @ScriptDir, "", "Tooltip description of the shortcut.", $icon, @SW_MINIMIZE) This works perfect for the Program Files Menu #include <FileConstants.au3> #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> $cmd = "C:\AutoIt3\Code\00_Trials\Installer\Cleaner.exe" $icon = "C:\32.ico" $ink = "\cleaner.lnk" FileCreateShortcut($cmd , @ProgramsDir & $ink , @ScriptDir, "", "Tooltip description of the shortcut.", $icon, @SW_MINIMIZE) However this has me so confused and dazed I had to change DishNet to Sirius 60's/70's Motown to chill. My problem is I have confirmed variables for each section of the script but it does not put the variable in the correct place or it ignores it altogether, #include <FileConstants.au3> #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> Global $ifullpath Global $iicoFile Global $iSoftTitle Global $iincFile Global $incthing ;------------------$cmd = "C:\00test_Installer\00bons1.exe" $cmd = $ifullpath ;------------------$icon = "C:\32.ico" $icon = $iicoFile ;----------------------------$ink = "\file.ini" $ink = $incthing ;------------------------- $iSoftTitle = \SoftTitle.ini $Tooltip = $iSoftTitle IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\SoftTitle.ini", "General", ".", $iSoftTitle) Local $iSoftTitle = IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\SoftTitle.ini", "General", ".", "") MsgBox(4096,"$iSoftTitle", $iSoftTitle) ; Retrieve the system environment variable called %PATH%. Local $sEnvVar = EnvGet("PATH") ; Assign the system environment variable called %PATH% with its current value as well as the script directory. ; When you assign an environment variable you do so minus the percentage signs (%). EnvSet("PATH", $sEnvVar & ";" & @ScriptDir) ; Refresh the OS environment for changes to take affect. EnvUpdate() IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\fullpath.ini", "General", ".", $ifullpath) Local $ifullpath = IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\fullpath.ini", "General", ".", "") MsgBox(4096,"$ifullpath", $ifullpath) Local $sEnvVar = EnvGet("PATH") ; Assign the system environment variable called %PATH% with its current value as well as the script directory. ; When you assign an environment variable you do so minus the percentage signs (%). EnvSet("PATH", $sEnvVar & ";" & @ScriptDir) ; Refresh the OS environment for changes to take affect. EnvUpdate() IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\icoFile.ini", "General", ".", $iicoFile) Local $iicoFile = IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\icoFile.ini", "General", ".", "") MsgBox(4096,"$iicoFile", $iicoFile) Local $sEnvVar = EnvGet("PATH") ; Assign the system environment variable called %PATH% with its current value as well as the script directory. ; When you assign an environment variable you do so minus the percentage signs (%). EnvSet("PATH", $sEnvVar & ";" & @ScriptDir) ; Refresh the OS environment for changes to take affect. EnvUpdate() IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\File.ini", "General", ".", $iincFile) Local $iincFile = IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\File.ini", "General", ".", "") MsgBox(4096,"$iincFile", $iincFile) ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;"\" & $iincFile &".ink" = $incthing $incthing=("\" & $iincFile &".ink") MsgBox(4096,"$incthing", $incthing) FileCreateShortcut($cmd , @ProgramsDir & $ink , @ScriptDir, "", $Tooltip, $icon, @SW_MINIMIZE) This does make a programfiles menu item The target is Computer and not the var $Cmd The start in is the correct directory It added a shortcut key! that I did not add It ignored the comment altogether and that is empty and the wrong icon. Are there different rules if you use a variable instead of a text string? Thanks for looking. Oh yes I almost forgot, I use this fancy piece of code I found in the forums one day that really saved me. I could not get things straight bouncing between things and put this in and all of a sudden the path I wanted was there, I do apologize as I do not remember who posted it Local $sEnvVar = EnvGet("PATH") ; Assign the system environment variable called %PATH% with its current value as well as the script directory. ; When you assign an environment variable you do so minus the percentage signs (%). EnvSet("PATH", $sEnvVar & ";" & @ScriptDir) ; Refresh the OS environment for changes to take affect. EnvUpdate()
  11. Internet Shortcut Sanitizer With the newest Firefox and IE browsers, there's a bit of an issue with Internet Shortcuts created, which have been traditionally saved in a .URL file on Windows (an INI-structured file). Firefox now adds Icon information to the file which points it at a location within %localappdata%MozillaProfiles. This to me is annoying and unnecessary. While it may reflect the favicon of a website, its got a few problems: When the cache is cleared or the bookmark is moved to another computer or put on a fresh install, that icon isn't there anymore. These shortcuts contain your logon name (part of %localappdata%), so be aware of this if you are going to share them! (or just use a generic logon) Here's the content of a typical Firefox .URL file (<LogonName> is your Windows logon): [InternetShortcut] URL=http://www.google.com/ IDList= HotKey=0 IconFile=C:\Users\<LogonName>\AppData\Local\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\a3n21a.default\shortcutCache\md34sdyu7s_g==.ico IconIndex=0 _ Update: if you have Firefox 21, you can follow and edit Firefox's about:config settings to fix the way URL shortcuts are created. Internet Explorer (IE 9+) now has its own new shortcut extension (.website), which seems to only work with the IE browser. These files are basically 'enhanced' internet shortcuts. The extra information included is cryptic, and appears to be of no use outside of IE. However, the INI-format is the same, and the [internetShortcut] section is the same, so it can simply be renamed to have a .URL extension. Here's the content of a typical Internet Explorer 9+ .website file: [{000214A0-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}] Prop4=31,Google Prop3=19,2 [{A7AF692E-098D-4C08-A225-D433CA835ED0}] Prop5=3,0 Prop9=19,0 [InternetShortcut] URL=http://www.google.com/ IDList= IconFile=http://www.google.com/favicon.ico IconIndex=1 [{9F4C2855-9F79-4B39-A8D0-E1D42DE1D5F3}] Prop12=19,2 Prop5=8,Microsoft.Website.9CB8E698.8730F9E8 _ (Note the embedded [internetShortcut] section) Sanitize your shortcuts! The fix for these problems? A little Internet Shortcut Sanitizer program. If you're like me and just want Internet Shortcuts to be just that - a simple file with a URL in it, then this program will give you what you need. It strips everything out but the 2 lines necessary to work as a .URL file: [InternetShortcut] URL=http://www.website.com _ The script will also create .URL's from .website files and remove all the IE related stuff. Currently it either takes 1 parameter or allows you to select 1 file to change. However, it can be adapted to work on multiple files with a little extra effort. However, I'd recommend something like grepWin to clear out folders (see 3rd post), and maybe a batch file renamer to deal with .website -> .URL conversion. Below is the script. Changelog: 2013-05-17: - Packaged the main functionality of the script into the embedded UDF: _InternetShortcutSanitize() ; ================================================================================================================== ; <InternetShortcutSanitizer.au3> ; ; 'Sanitizes' Internet shortcuts, both of the traditional Windows .URL format and of the newer IE .website format ; In the case of the latter, it will delete the .website variant and create a URL version ; ; Author: Ascend4nt ; ================================================================================================================== Local $sFile If $CmdLine[0] < 1 Then $sFile=FileOpenDialog("Select Internet Shortcut to Sanitize","","Internet Shortcut Files (*.URL;*.website)|All Files (*.*)",3) If @error Or $sFile="" Then Exit Else $sFile = $CmdLine[1] EndIf $sFile = StringStripWS($sFile,3) If Not FileExists($sFile) Then Exit ;~ ConsoleWrite("Internet Shortcut file to sanitize = "&$sFile&@CRLF) _InternetShortcutSanitize($sFile) ; =================================================================================================== ; Func _InternetShortcutSanitize($sFile) ; ; 'Sanitizes' the Internet shortcut file passed. This keeps URL files to a 2-line file of this format: ; [InternetShortcut] ; URL=http://www.website.com ; ; In the case the input file is an Internet Explorer .website shortcut (in IE 9+), it will ; create a .URL file of the same name, and upon successful write, it will delete the .website file. ; ; $sFile = Full path to file to sanitize ; ; Return: ; Success: True ; Failure: False with @error set ; ; Author: Ascend4nt ; =================================================================================================== Func _InternetShortcutSanitize($sFile) If $sFile = "" Then Return SetError(1,@error,False) ; Get rid of whitespace at beginning & end $sFile = StringStripWS($sFile,3) Local $sFileOut, $nRet Local $sURL = "", $sFileContent = "" $sURL = IniRead($sFile, "InternetShortcut", "URL", "") If @error Or $sURL = "" Then Return SetError(-1,@error,False) ;~ ConsoleWrite("URL = "&$sURL&@CRLF) ; Standard URL format $sFileContent = "[InternetShortcut]"&@CRLF&"URL="&$sURL&@CRLF ; $sFileOut: If not .website, we keep it the same. ; Otherwise, we transfer it to a .URL file If StringRight($sFile, 8) = ".website" Then $sFileOut = StringReplace($sFile, ".website", ".URL", -1) Else $sFileOut = $sFile EndIf ; Create/Overwrite the URL file $hFile = FileOpen($sFileOut, 2) If $hFile = -1 Then Return SetError(3, 0, False) $nRet = FileWrite($hFile, $sFileContent) FileClose($hFile) ; FileWrite error? If Not $nRet Then ;~ ConsoleWrite("File Write error"&@CRLF) Return SetError(4,0,False) EndIf ; .website -> .URL 'translation' performed? Delete .website file If $sFile <> $sFileOut Then ; Make sure we actually created the .URL file before delete: If FileExists($sFileOut) Then FileDelete($sFile) EndIf Return True EndFunc
  12. Hello guys I would like to be able to change songs on spotify using shourtcuts on my keyboard due to the fact i don't own a keyboard with extra keys providing this feature. Therefor I've made a script binding my keys to make this possible, but i have a few issues and I think there is a easier or better way of creating this script. I hope someone can have a look and tell me what i could improve. Some of the issues are: I have to wait a little time before i will be able to change song right after i just changed. (I can't spam ALT + Right) Doesn't work when im inside a game. This is actually a big issue for me. My current code which works: HotKeySet("!{left}", "Previous") HotKeySet("!{right}","naeste") HotKeySet("!{down}","current") HotKeySet("{DEL}","quit") While 1 Sleep(100) WEnd Func naeste() Sleep(400) ControlSend("Spotify", "", "", "^{right}") EndFunc Func Previous() Sleep(400) ControlSend("Spotify", "", "", "^{left}") EndFunc Func Current() Local $song = WinGetTitle("Spotify", "") TrayTip("", $song, 1) EndFunc Func quit() Exit 0 EndFunc - AliOzturk
  13. Mak Context Entry Creator v1.2 Mak Context Entry Creator ver 1.2 Change Log: Added My Computer, Recycle Bin, XBMC and Skype. Fixed Some bugs. Now delete registry key directly from MCEC. New Style. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ »MCEC v1.1 Link >here. MCEC new key remove option allow you to directly delete the un-necessary link. To delete click on the link say, "MCEC". Click on MCEC and then click "delete" button. Please Note: Do not delete "Display" and "Personalize" and "any other default key". If you like this application please comment and share with your friend. And if you like to help me yo're welcome. Windows XP users, Please let me know the registry key for Desktop Background so that it can support Windows XP and Windows Vista. Supports Windows 7, Checked on Win 7 HB and Ultimate. »» Download MCEC »» mcec.zip ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
  14. Mak Context Entry Creator +|=========================================|+ Mak Context Entry Creator is a small autoit compiled tool which allow user to create a executable shortcut at their desktop right click. The main purpose of this software is to make desktop clean and minimal. Majority of user link their useful shortcuts to their desktop and also at their taskbar. Desktop shortcut looks somewhat dirty so i created an app which let you to be minimal but also without compromising the favorite or useful shortcut. Mak Context Entry creator adds your favorite or useful software to your right click by creating a registry key. You can add as many shortcut you want but it takes some CPU memory too. So by using this software your desktop remain minimal, hide your desktop shortcut or remove them. Open your shortcut using right click. How to Use? The application itself open with administrator privilege. Click on Select Path button and choose your executable path. The first text field display the executable name as it is, so in same cases you have to edit the name. The second text-field display the executable path(don't edit it). After then click Create Context Menu. You can also use auto-built features, these are Add Registry, Add CP. Also included the Services.msc. The only drawback of this application is that you can not delete the registry value using this application, but you can use the registry editing tutorial given in the read me file. Also a backup file is also given. If you like this application please comment and share with your friend. And if you like to help me yo're welcome. This is my first application here and first GUI application i created. Mak Context Entry Creator v1.1.7z
  15. InternetShortcutCreator v1.0.1.5 On your desktop, your Internet Shortcuts have all the same default icon ? it's a pity ! With InternetShortcutCreator you can Create an Internet Shortcut with the website's favicon ! (if there is one and if it can be found and downloaded) Now when your browser is in fullscreen, no need to resize it for be able to drag the favicon (who is at left of the url bar) for create a shortcut on your desktop. So, how it works : When Mouse is over Url Bar, Cursor becomes a blue hand. At this moment Click Middle mouse button (or F10 for touchpad user) for start. While script is working to create shortcut, Cursor become a red hand ( when it's red, you need to wait for create an other shortcut) Cursor is reset to default when Mouse is not over Url Bar. Attention : control or text can only be found for IE or Chromium familly (Chromium, Chrome, SrWare Iron, Comodo Dragon, Yandex.Browser, Baidu Spark Browser). So for other browsers you need to copy the url. No externals files needed, they are already in script. >WinAPIEx.au3 and >WinHTTP.au3 needed. Source : InternetShortcutCreator v1.0.1.5.au3 Executable : InternetShortcutCreator.exe.html (Once this html file downloaded, double click on it for start the download) See Tray Menu for access Settings. A little tool who can help you and permit your desktop to be more nice!
  16. I'm trying to add a user shortcut key to display the calltip for the word I'm on, but nothing works. Here's what I did: I added these lines: # User defined key commands user.shortcuts=\ Alt+F1|IDM_SHOWCALLTIP\ Ctrl+Shift+V|IDM_PASTEANDDOWN|\ Ctrl+PageUp|IDM_PREVFILE|\ Ctrl+PageDown|IDM_NEXTFILE|\ KeypadPlus|IDM_EXPAND|\ KeypadMinus|IDM_BLOCK_COMMENT|\ Ctrl+F1|IDM_HELP_SCITE| to these files: C:\Users\<username>\SciTEUser.properties C:\Users\<username>\SciTEGlobal.properties C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\SciTE\SciTEUser.properties C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\SciTE\SciTEGlobal.properties When I restart the editor and try again, the Alt+F1 doesn't do anything. I've tried other shortcut key combinations (Ctrl+B, etc.), but none of them worked. I've searched this forum, and I Googled it, but none of the suggestions worked. Is there something else I need to change?
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