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I'm trying to check/uncheck an item (i.e. a toggle) unfortunately it doesn't seem to work properly. I tried everything. I even did a msgbox to check the values and got 68 then 65 when checked, but then defaults back to 68 when gets a msg.

I even tried the autoit example at first..and it only checked another item in the menu, not the item itself. And the value was 65 not the 1 as defined by $tray_checked

Please look at my code and see what I can do...thanks. I just wanted to add some user interface to my script.

Closeup :(

#include <GUIConstants.au3>
#Include <Constants.au3>
#NoTrayIcon

Opt("TrayMenuMode",1)  ; Default tray menu items (Script Paused/Exit) will not be shown.
Global Const $seconds=1000, $minutes=60000,$TRUE=1,$FALSE=0


Func IsVisible($handle)
  If BitAnd( WinGetState($handle), 2 ) Then 
    Return 1
  Else
    Return 0
  EndIf

EndFunc


Func GetSongInfo()
dim $position
$var = WinList()

For $i = 1 to $var[0][0]
 ; Only display visble windows that have a title
 ; with Winamp and that IS visible..there is a hidden
 ;winamp window with just winamp library..we DON't want that!!
  If $var[$i][0] <> "" AND IsVisible($var[$i][1]) then
    $position=StringInStr($var[$i][0],"winamp")
    if $position>0 then
    ;we found the winamp window
    ;so get the title from here after stripping winamp from it.
    ;along with the extraneous space and '-'
     $songinfo=StringTrimRight($var[$i][0],9)
     $songinfo=StringTrimLeft($songinfo,2)
     $songinfo=StringStripWS($songinfo,3)
     return $songinfo 
        endif   
  EndIf
Next
EndFunc


;***********************************************************
;Problem: Ever been listening to the radio on Winamp
;        and the next day trying to remember the name of 
;     that great song you were listening to?
;Solution: This Program! It logs the currently playing file
;         from Winamp. It checks every 30 secs so it 
;         should be fine with regular songs and not REALLY
;         short snippets.
;File Location: playlistinfo.txt saved in your My Documents
;              folder
;HAVE FUN!
;
;**created by closeupman, contact: closeupman AT aol dot com
;**put autoit as subject line
dim $previous_song,$current_song
dim $logsongsflag

$logsongsitem = TrayCreateItem("Log Songs")
TrayCreateItem("")
$aboutitme = TrayCreateItem("About")
TrayCreateItem("")
$exititem = TrayCreateItem("Exit")

TraySetState()

$file=FileOpen(@MyDocumentsDir&"\songplaylist.txt",1)
$previous_song=""
While $TRUE
   ;sleep(30*$seconds)
    $msg = TrayGetMsg()
    Select
        Case $msg = 0
            ContinueLoop
        Case $msg = $logsongsitem
    msgbox(4096,"", TrayItemGetState($logsongsitem))
       ; if $logsongs isn't checked that means the user is checking 
       ; it now, so that means the user wants to log songs
            if TrayItemGetState($logsongsitem)=68 then
          TrayItemSetState($logsongsitem,$TRAY_CHECKED)
msgbox(4096,"", TrayItemGetState($logsongsitem))
         ;$logsongsflag=$TRUE
        else
        
         ; if $logsongs is checked that means the user is UNchecking 
         ; it now, so that means the user wants to stop logging songs
          TrayItemSetState($logsongsitem,68)
          $logsongsflag=$FALSE

            endif
    Case $msg = $exititem
            Exitloop
    EndSelect


   ;if the $Logsongsflag is TRUE that means we need to log songs
   ;If $logsongsflag=$TRUE then
;$current_song=GetSongInfo()
 ;if StringInStr($current_song,$previous_song)=0 then
    ; $file=FIleOpen(@MyDocumentsDir&"\songplaylist.txt",1)
     ;FileWriteLine($file, $current_song)
     ;FIleClose($file)
     ;$previous_song=$current_song
       ;endif
   ;endif

WEnd

FIleClose($file)
Exit

TryaPlaylistinfo.au3

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I'm trying to check/uncheck an item (i.e. a toggle) unfortunately it doesn't seem to work properly. I tried everything. I even did a msgbox to check the values and got 68 then 65 when checked, but then defaults back to 68 when gets a msg.

I even tried the autoit example at first..and it only checked another item in the menu, not the item itself. And the value was 65 not the 1 as defined by $tray_checked

Please look at my code and see what I can do...thanks. I just wanted to add some user interface to my script.

Closeup :(

I get a bunch of errors when trying to run this. My version of AutoIt doesn't even have "TrayMenuMode" as an option. Are you running some strange version?

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I get a bunch of errors when trying to run this.  My version of AutoIt doesn't even have "TrayMenuMode" as an option.  Are you running some strange version?

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

LOL :">

You must have the BETA version, so you can have the "TRAY" features. You might as well get it so you can have the latest features!!

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LOL :">

You must have the BETA version, so you can have the "TRAY" features. You might as well get it so you can have the latest features!!

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Is no one here good with the tray functions?? I didn't think my question was that complicated and someone would be able to answer it quickly!

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sup dude,

i was having the same prob, i used this code to make it work...

Case $msg = $youritem
    If RegRead("HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\YOURKEY", "YOURVALUE") = 1 Then
        RegWrite("HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\YOURKEY", "YOURVALUE", "REG_SZ", 0)
        TrayItemSetState($youritem, $TRAY_UNCHECKED)
    Else
        RegWrite("HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\YOURKEY", "YOURVALUE", "REG_SZ", 1)
        TrayItemSetState($youritem, $TRAY_CHECKED)
    EndIf

good luck.

rinus

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