hi dears, i have a question please
am now working for an audio player for the blind users
and i added an option to open a file from the right click context menu.
but here there is a small problem, i hope that you can help me to find a solution for it.
the problem is as follow :
when i added the problem into the context menu it work with successfuly if the user select just one file.
but if the user selected more then one file, here the problem
a multiple sections of the program will open.
my question is :
how i can detect the multiple selection from the context menu?
i know that it so hard, but i know also that you are harder than it
for that dears please try to give me an solution for that problem.
thanks in advance
Hello, it has been a long time since I have posted here
I am working on an AutoIt project where I need to enable to user to interactively choose any point or coordinate on the screen... something like a big overlay where the user can click anywhere on the screen to select that point. @UEZ's screenshot tool may have something similar to what I need:
I just checked the source code for the tool and I see that the Mark_Area function has a part in selecting the area to screenshot, I tried to figure out how it works but it is simply too complex and long...
So I was wondering if there were any examples of interactively selecting points on a screen? Maybe an UDF that I can just use in my script to make the whole thing a matter of adding few lines
Thank you for the replies in advance!
I'm using the excellent _Excel UDF to read a whole spreadsheet into an array I want to operate on. I can read a specified range without a problem. What I'd like to do is allow the user in Excel to select a range (contiguous is fine) and be able to read that range so that I know what range to operate on without having the user input the range via a keyboard. I'm stuck and any hints greatly appreciated. The code below uses the Helpfile .xls to illustrate where I crash.
; #AutoIt3Wrapper_run_debug_mode=Y ; use this to debug in console window <--- LOOK #include <Excel.au3> #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> #include <Debug.au3> ;for _DebugArrayDisplay $sExcelFullFileName = "C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\Examples\Helpfile\Extras\_Excel1.xls" ;use Autoit test for example $oExcel = _Excel_Open() ;Create application object and open an Excel workbook $oWorkbook = _Excel_BookOpen($oExcel, $sExcelFullFileName) $aExcelArray = _Excel_RangeRead($oWorkbook, Default) _DebugArrayDisplay($aExcelArray, $aExcelArray) ;let's look at it $aI5K6 = _Excel_RangeRead($oWorkbook, Default,"I5:K6") ;read a rangeI5:K6 and return value _DebugArrayDisplay($aI5K6, $aI5K6) ;let's look at range it ;rather than defining the range explicity I'd like to read the selection in Excel and use it ;need a function like _Excel_SelectionRead ;try hacking Excel.au3 _Excel_RangeRead to see if can create _Excel_SelectionRead looks like .Selection .Value .Text and .Address possible MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "Info", "Select cells in Excel then click OK") ;ACTUALLY get range of the selection and this will suffice for us to use on the $aExcelArray $vRange = $oWorkbook.ActiveSheet.Selection.Address($vRange) ;tried all sorts of permutations and clearly I need help _DebugArrayDisplay($vRange, $vRange) ;let's look at range it ;$vResult = $oExcel.Transpose($vRange.Value) ;_DebugArrayDisplay($vResult, $vResult) ;let's look at range it _Excel_Close($oExcel, False, True) Exit
So I'm needing a (better) way to get the selection in an edit control, while knowing which end of the selection is active vs anchor (ie, if you're holding shift while moving with the arrow keys, which end of the selection is moving and which is not). Since _GUICtrlEdit_GetSel() only returns the start and end positions, in the order of smallest to largest, if you were to pass that back to the _GUICtrlEdit_SetSel(), the user's selection could end up "backwards".
My solution has been this function:
Func _GUICtrlEdit_GetSelByAnchor($hWnd) ; Get selection range with anchor in first index If Not IsHWnd($hWnd) Then $hWnd = GUICtrlGetHandle($hWnd) Local $aActive, $aSelection = _GUICtrlEdit_GetSel($hWnd) ; Get base selection If $aSelection <> $aSelection Then ; Only proceed if actual selection range _GUICtrlEdit_SetSel($hWnd, -1, 0) ; Deselect, leaving only the active point $aActive = _GUICtrlEdit_GetSel($hWnd) ; Record the active point If $aActive = $aSelection Then ; If the active point is equal to the original first index ; Swap the original selection points (putting the anchor in  and active in ) $aSelection = $aSelection $aSelection = $aActive EndIf _GUICtrlEdit_SetSel($hWnd, $aSelection, $aSelection) ; Reset selection to the original points EndIf Return $aSelection EndFunc The problem with this, as you may have already guessed from the two SetSel calls, is that calling it in a tight loop causes a lot of flickering. Is there a better, more reliable way to do what I'm looking for?
I have a GUI with an edit-field and a button.
First I write some text into the edit-field and select a part of it. After that I press the button, and the selection is edited.
How would I do that, though? When the text is selected and I press the button, it's unselected before the button actually raises an event.