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  1. Hi Folks, I've been very fond of portable software. Some of the portable programs are quite large, so to make the using fancier, I started to compress the portable applications into a WinRar SFX Archive which extracts the software to the tempdir, starts the software and afterward deletes the whole temp Dir. But it got cumbersome to manually extract the icon from the exe, make all necessary settings in the WinRar GUI - so I wrote this script. Nothing spectacular, but (in my eyes) very useful. After that, I added some other options to make it a little more versatile. Features:
  2. my FF.au3 does get included but my script does not open firefox. here is my code so far: #include <FF.au3> _FFStart("https://www.google.com", Default, 0) I am using firefox portable version 52.0 Any and all help would be greatly appreciated. The code runs but nothing happens. I think the FF.au3 cannot find or connect to the firefox portable.
  3. Hi. I can open the editor with out problems but I can not compile because it is placed on another partition diferent from C. Can you provide an update of this bug?
  4. Well an Implementation of IPortableDeviceManager Interface to get all Portable Device conected to our pc. #include <Array.au3> #include <WinAPICom.au3> Opt("MustDeclareVars", 1) Global Const $sCLSID_PortableDeviceManager = "{0af10cec-2ecd-4b92-9581-34f6ae0637f3}" Global Const $sIID_IPortableDeviceManager = "{a1567595-4c2f-4574-a6fa-ecef917b9a40}" Global Const $sTagIPortableDeviceManager = "GetDevices hresult(ptr;dword*); RefreshDeviceList hresult(); " & _ "GetDeviceFriendlyName hresult(wstr;wstr;dword*); GetDeviceDescript
  5. How do I sync portable SciTE4AutoIt3 with portable AutoIt3 ? I have spent hours trawling through FAQs, this forum, and general searches on the web, without any luck I would prefer to use portable setup for AutoIt and SciTE etc. I have downloaded portable ZIP but have not extracted it in case the order of extracting is critical. Thank you
  6. Just like it says in the title. A scripter from my company gave me a script to make it run, but he's not around anymore, and my drive finally failed with no working backup. I run PortableRoboForm (http://www.roboform.com/for-usb-roboform2go-windows) version 6 from a USB drive to automate password management for hundreds of accounts with different passwords.RoboForm lets me do this, and they even have a Portable version, but it's not that portable and I'd like to use it inside a PortableApps (http://portableapps.com/) launcher. I'd like to create a script to go to the root of the USB drive and
  7. AutoIt Portable Workstation AIP allows you to carry a light AutoIt script editor and compiler with you to use on the fly. This program can run x86 and x64 scripts or compile them to EXE. When the program is launched, it will create a temp work folder in the script directory. Once the program is closed this folder will be automatically deleted. When you compile a script it will output in the the script directory in a folder named "compiled". Current version: 0.0.2 Version 0.0.2 updates: Added more options to the comiler Planned Updates: Script editor font appearance. Automaticly co
  8. Heres some code to look at. #cs ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- AutoIt Version: (beta) Author: Decipher Script Function: WinGet - Windows Program Downloader/Installer #ce ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- HttpSetUserAgent("Wget/1.13.4") ;- "portableapps.com/updater/update.ini" #include <String.au3> #include <Array.au3> #include <Date.au3> #include <File.au3> #include <IncludesWinHTTP.au3> #include <WinAPIEx.au3> Global $sTemp_
  9. So I wanted to install Chromium (from the repository where they release hourly builds) and decided to script it. Compiled and script version included in download. Compiled version removed since I need to clear for some upload space... It's just a wrapper for chrome that will point it to a local user data profile directory. Use the "start.exe" to launch the browser. Chrome Portable Manager.rar - (55) previous downloads Oh, and I forgot to mention that I have no idea what will happen on 64bit systems
  10. Well my friends i know that we can embed notepad,cmd,regedit etc.in a Gui. But how we can make a portable app i.e. sumatra pdf to be embeded in a gui ( you know, to run inside the gui ) Is that possible for an external app to run in this way.. After google a bit i found in a forum about a guy that embeded an app in a Autoit Gui ( the app is DX studio ) has a link with the source but i can't be a member to this forum, probably they don't sent email confirmations any more.. Anyway if any knows something it would be great.... this is just an embed regedit example from Holger... #
  11. Hi all I kinda need a (basic) dictation system, but with the following features: 1. visualisation of recording i.e. waveform 2. ability to click on waveform to listen from that position 3. ability to click on waveform and record from that point (overwriting previous recordings) 4. normalise (maybe some sound-pattern removal) 5. save as MP3 For me this is a daunting task mainly due to the graphical part (haven't really looked at GDI properly etc)... I'd appreciate anyone's opinions on the best plugins / DLLs etc for the job. Is the BASS suite capable of recording aswell as co
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