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rharwood

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hey guys just found this product and i am very impressed with what you can do with it based on the examples I have been studying. I have generated this small gui but i can not get it to run the programs that i am calling either with run or shellexecute as you can prob tell programming is not my strong point these executables are conversion programs that I wrote for my work as a utility I just need some way of running from windows as many people dont even know how to start a command prompt in order to run the conversion utilitys. Btw the systax is programfile.exe inputfile.txtfireutils.au3

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Don't put the square-brackets in the source code. They are just there to indicate optional parameters.

Load the full SciTE4AutoIt3 package which will run au3check for you to help finding the errors.

Jos

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Don't put the square-brackets in the source code. They are just there to indicate optional parameters.

Load the full SciTE4AutoIt3 package which will run au3check for you to help finding the errors.

Jos

thx for the tip i'll try that right now

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thx for the tip i'll try that right now

That did the trick now that it is functional I'll see if i can clean it up and get some feedback to the user.

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