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Hide autoit open flash in cd

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Good Day,

i´m glad to work with autoit, now i'm working on a project that demands open files within a folder on cd, now I have code that works, but I want to hide the autoit launcher or running it in background

MULTIMEDIAINTRO\

MULTIMEDIAINTRO\main.exe

MULTIMEDIAINTRO\FSCOMMAND\1-home.exe <- this is the autoit program :unsure:

MULTIMEDIAINTRO\FSCOMMAND\multimedias\1-Delinquir-no-paga\home.exe

ShellExecute(@ScriptDir & "\multimedias\1-Delinquir-no-paga\home.exe","","","")

many thanks for your help

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You can do it with GUISetState(@SW_Hide) and GUISetState(@SW_SHOW) but without seeing your home.au3 code or at least part of it I can't tell you where you will have to place the lines. The @SW_Hide will probably be right ahead of the ShellExecute() line.


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Are you trying to disguise the tray icon, or the program opening? Have you tried using the @SW_Hide parameter when running the program?


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Many Thanks for your help, let me explain,

when u start the main multimedia cd, there is a main directory of other multimedia applications into folders, so there is how it works

1. open main multimedia main.exe

2. then is a screen with 10 sub - multimedia links, each of one is in subfolder

3. i´m use autoit to open from exe the sub - multimedias, because flash not support subfolders and path to open directly

4. but:

when i´m open the autoit exe for example \FSCOMMAND\1-home.exe a litte screen appears mean while open the multimedia located into \FSCOMMAND\multimedias\1-Delinquir-no-paga\home.exe

that´s the reason i need hide this window. because see ugly and in the project manager don´t like see it.

Many many thanks for ur suggestions i´m try with all support code and later tell my history.

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We don't know what kind of screen is appearing. Could you attach a screenshot of it?


#include <ByteMe.au3>

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Many thanks with GUISetState(@SW_Hide) works perfectly.

sleepydvdr, is the screen from autoit exe file that open the another exe.. :unsure:..

main cd multimedia -> {list of submultimedia in links screen} -> {autoit exe file opener} (this is the screen, but it show for less an a second.) -> {subfolder/ other multimedia }

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Another thing,

the script works, but somethimes when new flash multimedia opens the second exe not appears on front

#NoTrayIcon
GUISetState(@SW_Hide)
ShellExecute(@ScriptDir & "\multimedias\1_gobierno_en_linea\template.exe","","","")

any body could help me?

in the attachment i got 2 screenshot, the second one is that i find get my work finish.

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post-20551-0-61691600-1305672396_thumb.p

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