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  1. Hello everyone, Im developing an script to check the size of all .jpg stored in windows folder. The problem is that it doesn´t work properly with rotated images. With _GDIPlus_ImageGetWidth() and _GDIPlus_ImageGetHeight() I get the Width and Height of images as if they had not been rotated, and I need to know how they are rotated (orientation and grades). Any help is welcome! If more info is needed, please tell. 😁
  2. I taught myself how to script and have done some pretty basic stuff so far. I wrote the script below to detect the current orientation of my monitor, then switch it to a different orientation. I'm bored and I've got the day off, so I'd like to tackle a new challenge. Please review the script below to get an idea of my skill level, then suggest something challenging for me to write. Just no API usage. Thanks! $Desktop_Height = @DesktopHeight $Desktop_Width = @DesktopWidth Run("control desk.cpl") WinWaitActive("Screen Resolution") ControlSend("Screen Resolution", "", "", "!o") If $Desktop_Height < $Desktop_Width Then ControlSend("Screen Resolution", "", "", "{Down}") ElseIf $Desktop_Height > $Desktop_Width Then ControlSend("Screen Resolution", "", "", "{Up}") EndIf ControlSend("Screen Resolution", "", "", "!a") WinWaitActive("Display Settings") ControlSend("Screen Resolution", "", "", "!k") WinWaitActive("Screen Resolution") ControlSend("Screen Resolution", "", "", "!{F4}") Exit
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