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Hope you're doing great.
Well, I'm writing a script that allows our Service Desk to clean several temp folder as a first diagnostic.
Indeed, the agent in charge of the issue will have to choose what to clean (web browsers temp folders, some windows one etc...)
I added a progress bar to see the current state of the script but if I select more than one checkbox, it seems that the counting is not done properly and is directly filled at 100% (when at leat 2 boxes are checked) and I don"t get the final message saying that all is done, especially for if the last box is checked.
But if I launch the process with only one checkbox checked,it's working...
I've enclosed the au3 files for you because posting them in this post would be... unreadable lol. So you can maybe do some tests as well.
I'm pretty sure the code can be optimized (a lot ) and that there is a much better way to achieve what I want the script to be.
Maybe can someone can give me a hand over here.
Thanks in advance.
I'm currently writing a script that will execute some Robocopy batches among what has been ticked by the Technician.
The script is divided in two files (the main & the functions) but the thing is that I have to write multiple lines for all controls, as you can see in the functions file.
1- Is there a way to shorten this?
2- To avoid writing bunch of lines to check whether checkboxes are checked and to lunch appropriate bat, is there also a way to go quicker when clicking on the submit button? (will be implemented in the SubmitCopyChoice() Function)
Thanks guys for all the help you can offer