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  1. Send "Drag & Drop File(s)" Message I was looking for this functionality before, and couldn't figure out the correct method for using the WM_DROPFILES message. Thankfully today I came across the thread ' and found working, but flawed, code for doing exactly this. Specifically, (his 'DoDragDrop' function). I cleaned up the code, added error checking, Unicode & x64 support, and fixed the Global memory management issues. The result is down below. Also, see ProgAndy's COM implementation of Drag&Drop: ' Another good reference, besides those in the thread above, is this article at CodeProject: 'How to Implement Drag and Drop Between Your Program and Explorer' Examples of usage: TeraCopy _FileDragDrop(WinGetHandle("[REGEXPTITLE:TeraCopy.*]"),@ScriptFullPath&'|'&@AutoItExe) Notepad++: $hNPPlus=WinGetHandle("[CLASS:Notepad++]") $aNPPPos=WinGetPos($hNPPlus) ;~ WinActivate($hNotePad) $sProgramFiles=@ProgramFilesDir If @AutoItX64 Then $sProgramFiles&=' (x86)' $iRet=_FileDragDrop($hNPPlus,@ScriptFullPath&'|'&$sProgramFiles&"\AutoIt3\Include\Memory.au3",$aNPPPos[2]/2,$aNPPPos[3]/2) ConsoleWrite("Return: "&$iRet&" @error="&@error&", @extended="&@extended&@CRLF) Be sure to credit the original authors, or leave the headers intact, if you use the code *edit: for some friggin reason I can't post the code in the post - I get a 'You must enter a post' error message - wtf. Attaching it for now.. UPDATES: 2010-12-4 (yup, today!): Fixed ANSI implementationChanged Memory allocation type to 'Fixed' (thanks trancexx)Added X, Y position parameters - actually needed for some programs (Notepad++ for example)_FileDragDrop.au3
  2. Hi all, I got a quick question regarding Drag&Drop with GUIs. I made a little script that does something with files and I need a way to get the name/path of the file when I drag&drop it into the GUI. Is there a quick way to do this? Tyvm in advance! Neo
  3. Hello Great AutoIt Members I want to drag and drop a file from 1st window to a 2nd window of an application. I use the MouseClickDrag() function, and it's working good if I specified the X,Y coordinates manually of the file to be dragged and dropped my problem now is how I can get the file position (X,Y coords) in the screen automatically? I've tried this code by browsing the file location in an IE browser object (since the GUI window will be empty other than my file and it'll be easy to get file position relative to the GUI window) but it's not working in win8 #include <IE.au3> $oIE = _IECreateEmbedded() $exp_hwnd = GUICreate("", 200, 200, 0, 0) GUICtrlCreateObj( $oIE, 0, 0 , 200, 200 ) GUISetState () _IENavigate($oIE, @DesktopDir, 0) sleep(1000) MouseClickDrag( "left", 50, 50, 300, 300) I hope anyone has any other solution to this simple problem. thanks for any help
  4. Hi! So what I need is a context menu like that from explorer when you right click on desktop. But i don't know if that is possible. I searched a little and I found nothing, maybe you guys have any ideas ? I mean something like that : But...I know how do that from the GUIcreateblahblah side...now the problem is that I want to do that without GUI! Like: if _IsPressed( "02", "user32.dll" ) then _Context(..) endif Please help!
  5. I am currently trying to make a program but don't know where to start with a drag and drop function. Basically, I wish to drag an image onto my compiled program, and it displays the information of the image. I'm looking for a way to start my program by dragging an image over it and accept the image's location detail.. I'd really appreciate some help on this, for I'm not fully sure how to go about this.
  6. Hi, Is it possible to drop or send a file (respectively a path) to a window, thus simulating a drag-and-drop operation? I want to avoid having to open the open file dialog. Thx and regards, Stephan
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