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  1. Hi all, Not specifically related to autoit, but probably easiest way for me, to address my question to experienced coders. I know how to add a single item and command to windows context menu for desktop, my computer, drives, directories and file types but I failed to find a simple answer on how to make new otem + subitem. All what I am trying to achieve is to build up context windows menus with subitems, giving me an option to run my script on directories with different parameters. So, how do we do it?
  2. I remember when years ago and i still was fresh to this i was searching like a function like this all the time and trying to make one without much success. I guess i was over thinking all the loops at the time, guess i got a lil smarter with the years. xD cause it's really simple. Anyways this lists all sub-directories of a specified folder. [Edit] Don't be silly and try to scan your entire hdd it will take ages. it's not meant for huge file structures. Functions: Example: UDF:
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