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Hi guys

This is a total newbie question

I have a pic on my desktop called 1.bmp

Is there a script command to set that pic as my desktop background.

I DONT WANT to use a script that just left clicks on the pic and selects set as desktop background.

Is there a neat way of doing this like an Autov3 command I dont know.

/setdesktop image (1.bmp) NOT REAL COMMAND JUST WILD GUESS

Plz help !!!! I have a great application for this idea. :whistle:

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Wow Larry thats awsome tnx a million.

Did u write that program "AutXtra"

What else can it do ???

I owe u one man thast really cool :whistle:

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What did u write it with ???

Im really impressed !!!

Actually maby u can help me with another problem is it ok if I PM u ?

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What did u write it with ???

Im really impressed !!!

Actually maby u can help me with another problem

You seem to know alot is it ok if I P.M you ?

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I want to learn c,thats the reason I started using autoit as a stepping stone.

Do you know where I can get a C Script writer and Compiler with a really good help file and tutorial.

Auto it was simple to learn how to use I just started editing the Examples and asking questions here on the boards and I think I have a fair Crasp of it now.

I can make simple progs with it and its a really sweet program with hundreds of uses.

But I need more............

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I want to learn c,thats the reason I started using autoit as a stepping stone.

Do you know where I can get a C Script writer and Compiler with a really good help file and tutorial.

Auto it was simple to learn how to use I just started editing the Examples and asking questions here on the boards and I think I have a fair Crasp of it now.

I can make simple progs with it and its a really sweet program with hundreds of uses.

But I need more............

lcc is a good free c compiler, and there is a good video introduction to c by Bruce Eckel (cant find the link)

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