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i want to create a tray menu where i will store some information

hotkeyset("!{F6}", "_hide")

global $showHidden=0,$e[200], $x=1 , $pan[200]

$hiddenWindows = TrayCreatemenu("Hidden windows")
$exit  = TrayCreateItem("Exit")

while 1

if $traymsg=$pan[*]


func _hide()
$e[$x]=WinGetTitle ( "[ACTIVE]" ,"" )   
WinSetState ($e[$x], "", @SW_HIDE )

Now what i want to do is to recognize each created Tray menu item so when pressed, that window hides again.

I don't want to write manually every time

case $pan[1]

case $pan[2]

and ect.

I don't need a full fixed script, just a solution how can i make it work.


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You can make $pan[0] the number of tray items you have. Then you can use something like this:

For $i = 1 To $pan[0]
    ConsoleWrite(TrayItemGetText($pan[$i]) & @CRLF)

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Thanks, and what about recognizing the items? i tried to put it in a loop( for, to) and it keeps giving me that's traymsg=pan[$x] every time

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If $traymsg=$pan[*]

1. $pan[*] is not a legal statement

2. missing corresponding Then and Endif



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