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Any Newbies want to work together on a little project

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Do any newbies like me, want to work on a little project or something together.

It'll help learn autoit because we'll be learning from each other at the same time.


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Elaborate and be more specific please . ;)

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I have know idea what to make ;)

But something useful that newbies like me would be able to contribute to.

Im going to have a little think about it.

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Do you have any idea of what to make that may be useful


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You want to make something GUI related? Or functional first?

Or mayby combine them? ;)


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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

lets try some basic utilities first .. what say ?

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Mayby I could think of something, what do you guys already know?

Or any specific functions you want to learn more about?


Minesweeper

A minesweeper game created in autoit, source available.

_Mouse_UDF

An UDF for registering functions to mouse events, made in pure autoit.

2D Hitbox Editor

A 2D hitbox editor for quick creation of 2D sphere and rectangle hitboxes.

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

lets try some baic utilities first .. what say ?

Maybe A Clipboard logger with a gui

Im learning as I go along but I know how to write autoit code but i cant make very advanced scripts

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errr ... lets start with a gui based something that will import functions from dlls ... a security + windows utility suite type something ? anyone interested .. we will of course give credit to the original authors if we adopt their scripts ... ;) any1 in ?

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Sound's Good :)

Im giving my netbook to my mother soon and she'll need something like that.

She doesnt really know how to change settings and stuff on a computer

Im in, but what do each of us ;) do?


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Sound's Good :)

Im giving my netbook to my mother soon and she'll need something like that.

She doesnt really know how to change settings and stuff on a computer

Im in, but what do each of us ;) do?

well .. i have some ideas for some basic utilities...

1. A search engine for files and folders

2. Program launcher

3. A locker / encrypter type thingy

4. A disk defragmenter

5. A basic media player ^^

okay people suggest some more ... this one gonna be one for "non-tech" people .. So like there would be a catchy gui and easy to use for the "non-tech" user . ;)

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Sound's Good :)

Im giving my netbook to my mother soon and she'll need something like that.

She doesnt really know how to change settings and stuff on a computer

Im in, but what do each of us ;) do?

Actually we could make an app that uploads a file to an online virus scanner and gets the results back ;)


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oh and lets do it in modules .. A separate GUI module and the individual utilities in separate udfs .. that will be easier to work upon . ;)

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maybe a simple backup utility, that prompts the user to backup files or folders every so often onto a usb stick.

My mothers very protective over her pictures but doe'snt know how to backup things.


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Good :)

Then we could work on a utility each ;)


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maybe a simple backup utility, that prompts the user to backup files or folders every so often onto a usb stick.

My mothers very protective over her pictures but doe'snt know how to backup things.

Like i said .. lets make a list .. Add to the list .. As far as i see now there are like 7 items in the list till now .. What i suggest is make a suite f apps instead of a single one ;)

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#17 ·  Posted (edited)

I keep replying with out look at your posts

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Ive never made a udf before though

i just use the one included with autoit and the ones on the forum ;)


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Ive never made a udf before though

i just use the one included with autoit and the ones on the forum :)

Brr ... refer to the ones on the forum and script your own ... the ones in the forum are awesome ;)

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#20 ·  Posted (edited)

like I said im not the best with autoit but im learning

Some one could help me with creating udf's

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