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snowman533

Simple Directory Maker

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hey all, title says it all, this is a very simple directory maker

ever need to make a path but found it annoying to keep making new folders manually? then this is for you

this removes the need to constantly right click > New > New Folder to make paths, this thing will decrease the amount of time needed for that tedious task from minutes to mere seconds

First it asks you where you want to start the new path, then just type in the rest in the next dialog box

say for example you picked your Music folder, click Ok, then type in for example: <Artist>\<Album>\disc <number>

it creates folders in the path if they don't exist, this is what is saving you the most time

here is the code:

;a simple directory maker by Frosty
;OS: WinAll

$setdir=FileSelectFolder ( "Base Folder, please choose the folder that you wish the new directory to start", "@DesktopDir",4)
$makedir=InputBox("Directory Maker", "what to save the new path as? all folders will be created if they don't exist")
DirCreate ( $setdir & "\" & $makedir )

you can download the exe here:

http://www.frostyssoldatgather.com/Directory_Maker_Project/Directory_Maker.exe

tell me what you think guys

this is Version 1

coming up in Version 2:

-Mass Path Making

Edited by snowman533

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This is very nice. You even uploaded compiled!

Maybe if you could add more comments in your code so we don't lose ourselves while learning from it.

Can't wait for v2.


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hi

this link ,dont work

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

sorry

try this one:

http://www.frostyssoldatgather.com/Directory_Maker_Project/Directory_Maker.exe

link has been updated in top post as well ^-^

Edited by snowman533

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Is this really needed? right clicking makes much more sense

Now, if it did something like, what if you needed 100 folders made in (folder) that are named $inputtext & "-" & $num, so the end result would be 100 filders named inputtext-1 to -100

What if someone need 100 folders for the next 100 days? $inputtext-dd_mm_yyyy

Try adding some functionality to your script. There is no need to use it as is


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Is this really needed? right clicking makes much more sense

Now, if it did something like, what if you needed 100 folders made in (folder) that are named $inputtext & "-" & $num, so the end result would be 100 filders named inputtext-1 to -100

What if someone need 100 folders for the next 100 days? $inputtext-dd_mm_yyyy

Try adding some functionality to your script. There is no need to use it as is

i understand that but this is just quicker if you need a large path, if you know what i mean


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Yashied are you serious?

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Yashied are you serious?

Please stay out of threads like this when you don't have anything to contribute.

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#12 ·  Posted (edited)

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=90464&st=0&p=650618&#entry650618

:)

On a more serious note...

How about looking at GUI's, possibly looking at treeviews etc...

Edited by Mat

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i am thinking of something like that for version 2


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