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xxx02

I want to a little software for my movie archive

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xxx02

First of all i must say that i'm a new AutoIt user and i don't know about programming. I'm thinking about a software for my movie list. Specifications of this software:

  • Grouping movies like " subtitled, foreign" etc.
  • Showing a image that contain movie information when mouse is over movie
  • Openning folder that contain movie when clicked the movie
  • Specifying watched or unwatched for every each movies
  • Searching into watched or unwatched movies
  • Add or remove specification for new movies or removed movies

Can AutoIt do this?

I have done this with html (example) but i want to a software.

Sorry about my bad English :unsure:

I'm waiting for your codes.

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JohnOne

I'm waiting for your codes.

You will be waiting for a long time.

Its not a free drive through software forum.

Heres how it works, learn something, try it, ask about specific problems you are having with your code.

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AutoIt 3.3.14.2 X86 - SciTE 3.6.0WIN 8.1 X64 - Other Example Scripts

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xxx02

You are right i must do something first. But like i told i don't know anything to start :unsure: . I want to learn AutoIt too much but have no time. I'm very busy with my final exams. If noone will help with this topic it can be erased.

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xxx02

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:unsure:

Don't forget coke :>

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JohnOne

Well to get started you might want to look at _FileListToArray() UDF

This will search through a folder and return a list of paths to a specified file extension (or/and wildcards).

Without looking to much into it I think what you want can be accomplished with autoit3.


AutoIt Absolute Beginners    Require a serial    Pause Script    Video Tutorials by Morthawt   ipify 

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xxx02

I'm appreciated with your answers. Thanks a lot :unsure:

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