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  1. Hi, while debugging sometimes I need the au3 stripped script with /mo parameter, so that error lines in the error message match the script. Things I use often I put inside sendto folder (shell:sendto) so I can push my file to this with right click fast. A long time I had problems with some of my scripts stripping this way because the some paths to my script included spaces (you should not do that). But here’s my solution fixing that problem: Local $sPathToAU3Stripper = "" ; fill in the path here Local $sPath If $CmdLineRaw = "" Then ; you didn't do it with sendto $sPath = FileOpenDialog("Which file you want to AU3-strip?", "","AU3 (*.au3)", 3) If @error Then MsgBox(0, 'Error FileOpenDialog:', @error) Exit EndIf Else $sPath = $CMDLINE[1] EndIf Local $sPath_quoted = '"' & $sPath & '"' ShellExecuteWait($sPathToAU3Stripper, $sPath_quoted & ' /mo', "", "", @SW_HIDE) I hope someone will find it useful. Regards, Conrad
  2. The FileMove command is simple FileMove("C:Test", "D:Test") But if i want to use it with different dir, for example put it in "SendTo" dir? Like a script .bat. So the first dir change, and the second is always the same. It's possible? Thanks