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  1. Hi everybody, I have troubles using the function "GUISetCursor" properly. My script generates a small GUI and opens an image in IrfanView. If the user hits the button "$p_coord" on the GUI, the GUI shall be hidden, IrfanView shall become active and the mousepointer shall turn into a cross (as long hovering over IrfanView). Once clicked into IrfanView, the cursor shall turn into a nordinary mousepointer again. Unfortunately, the cross doesn't appear until the user clicks into IrfanView manually. Then the mousepointer changes for the duration of the click into the cross. Can anybo
  2. This is a script I put together to make it as fast and as easy as possible for a user to batch process image files using the free program Irfanview. The program itself is already really great with a batch processing feature, but it also has CMD interfacing so that just screamed "Do an Autoit Script!" at me. I ended up going for context menu integration so that I could have any folder auto populate its path to the script rather than relying on the user to type it or something. There could be some better/smarter ways to do this, but this way is working for me. It consists of two script
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