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good morning autoit team
please i need your help
am trying to make an program that work with hotkeys
it function is to change the volume to the current application
e.g when i select the vlc window by using this hotkey i will be able to change the vlc volume with out changing the system volume.
am able to get the process handle and the process name of the window
but when am trying to get or set the volume i does not succeded
i tried to search in this forums but no result.
can you please guide me to do that.
am waiting for your answers
thanks in advanced
hello autoit team
please i've a question for you.
am creating a audio player
and in this audio player i want to show the current trac info
such as the total time and the position ... etc
i know i can show it as label
but the screen reader for the blind read the text every change
because it have a screen scan
what i want is to show this informations but such image or icon
i mean i need to create
GUICtrlCreatepic or GUICtrlCreateicon ....
or some thing as that
and show this informations as image on it
i think that i can do that with the
but i couldn't find the currect way to do it
i tried the _GDIPlus_GraphicsDrawString
but i couldn't know how it work
what i need is a small example that create a GUI
and add a multy line text to it as graphic or image.
so i need a simple way because it will changed every sec
i hope any one can help me to do that
global $GUI = GUICreate("text", 400, 400) global $label = GUICtrlCreateLabel(GetText(), 10, 10, 380, 380) GUISetState() do sleep(100) until GUIGetMSG() = -3 exit func GetText() return StringFormat("file name is test.mp3 \r\n total time is 00:30:00 \r\n position is 00:05:50") endFunc
I've recently been annoyed by how google images works. You can't click an image and see the full res image. You have to go to the website and find the image on the page and occasionally, it won't allow you to view the image easily. This script makes it easy to view any image in google images in full resolution immediately. You just press Ctrl + Q while hovering over the image you want and it'll open full res in a new tab. This is only tested in firefox, but it shouldn't be hard to modify for another browser.
Here it is:
#include <Misc.au3> #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> #include <AutoItConstants.au3> #include <Clipboard.au3> #include <Array.au3> #include <String.au3> Local $clipB Local $urlArray Local $theLink HotKeySet("^q", "OpenImage") Func DecodeUrl($src) Local $i Local $ch Local $buff ;Init Counter $i = 1 While ($i <= StringLen($src)) $ch = StringMid($src, $i, 1) ;Correct spaces If ($ch = "+") Then $ch = " " EndIf ;Decode any hex values If ($ch = "%") Then $ch = Chr(Dec(StringMid($src, $i + 1, 2))) $i += 2 EndIf ;Build buffer $buff &= $ch ;Inc Counter $i += 1 WEnd Return $buff EndFunc ;==>DecodeUrl Func OpenImage() MouseClick($MOUSE_CLICK_RIGHT) Send("A") Sleep(100) $clipB = _ClipBoard_GetData($CF_TEXT) $theLink = DecodeUrl($clipB) $urlArray = _StringBetween($theLink, "=", "&") If StringInStr($urlArray, "?") <> 0 Then $urlArray = _StringBetween($theLink, "=", "?") EndIf ShellExecute($urlArray) EndFunc While 1 Wend
For my next project I would like to send files with "alternate data streams" by email in ZIP format.
I can not use any external program like 7-Zip or WinRAR. (They would fit😥)
Who knows how to create a ZIP file with "alternate data streams" included with the Powershell command "Compress-Archive"?
Here a test script: (save as "ADSTester.cmd")
@rem Try to create a zip file with alternate data streams (ADS) included @rem Housekeeping @cls @del ADSTester.zip >nul: @RD /S /Q Extracted >nul: @del ADSTester.txt >nul: @rem End of Housekeeping echo This is the ADSTester.txt file >ADSTester.txt echo This is the ADSTester.txt:Part1 file >ADSTester.txt:Part1 echo This is the ADSTester.txt:Part2 file >ADSTester.txt:Part2 dir /r ADSTester.txt @rem See the 3 files @rem **************************************************************** @rem **************************************************************** @rem Please alter the next lines to include the alternate data streams. powershell Compress-Archive -Path .\ADSTester.txt -Update -DestinationPath ADSTester.zip powershell Expand-Archive -Path ADSTester.zip -DestinationPath .\Extracted\ dir /r Extracted\ADSTester.txt @rem Only one file left :-( pause
Hi everyone, hope you are doing fine
Well, I'm currently writing a small script that goes to a certain web page, finds the first link of a specified section and download the file associated to this link.
Depending on the computer that the tool is launched, the script gets the computer model and search in the (provided here) ini file which link to follow.
At first, Dell was kind enough to provide only one link but now, they provide two of them. The first one is now a .txt file ( ) whereas my script has been designed to download only the fist and latest link released for the BIOS Update.
Here's the current code which is working with only the first and latest link of the BIOS category:
So the question is:
In the case of double links like shown in the picture above, how it is possible to tell the script to download only the link containing an the .exe file?
Of course, I could have changed the array result to  instead of  [which is working] but it seems that Dell does that randomly and that I deal with a lot of computer models.
Thanks for the help you can provide,