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Good morning guys, i hope that you're all well. guys, i have a problem and i hope that you can help me i've created an 3d array the array Contain a Categories info as folow $array[n] = Categorie name $array[n] = Categorie file path $array[n] = Categorie contents number $array[n][m] = link name $array[n][m] = link url $array[n][m] = link section name in my tool i want to add an option to delete a Category as you know the Categorie mean that must delete a region from the array when i tried to use _arrayDelete with the 2d array it work
I wrote this power user tool a long while back and it originally had baked in commands and wasn't very extensible. I rewrote the tool and made use of the power and openeness of AutoIt. Some of you may find the concept and/or UI approach interesting (as well as useful) which is why I'm posting here. In all likely-hood, it could be rewritten entirely in AutoIt but that's not something I plan on doing. Good chance there are similar tools out there as well especially since I've sat on this for so long. In short, the tool provides a snazzy user interface (no two interfaces will look alike) which
Startup Manager allows you to customise the programs that run on startup and supports all of the different methods that programs can run on startup. If you want to run your own program on startup, or remove unnessecary ones, then this program will make your life easier. Features: Supports Registry and startup folder. Shows and allows you to modify whether it affects all user accounts or just yours and if it will run all the time, or just once. Allows you to add your own applications to the startup folder. Startup Manager.au3 Guinesses UDF for I hope you like it Updates: Added guidis