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Hello,

After I use _SysTrayIconRemove(_SysTrayIconIndex($st_process)) to hide a icon, there is a empty space in the left of the clock (I think there is place for another icon). But if I start another app that has a tray icon, the systray refreshes and there is no empty space.

Is there a way to remove that empty space?

Here is a pic to be more specific :lmao:

Thank you.

The way to get rid of the empty space is to do something with a tray icon for example

Opt("TrayIconHide", 1); hide autoit tray icon
Opt("TrayIconHide", 0); show autoit tray icon

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Can someone with Win2000 please try if getting tooltip texts work on that? Thanks.

It does not work on win 2000. Mouse cursor moves to start of tray but cannot move it. Same code works great in windows xp. Rats.


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I downloaded the SysTray_UDF and integrated into automation code. After a few boo boos, it works great on Windows XP. Tired the same code on Windows 2000, the cursor moves to the start of the tray and that is it. Is there an update to this UDF? Thanks


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i was trying this UDF my turn ... very nice indeed ...

i have the following question ... all is running as expected BUT when i try to hide REALVNC icon (yeah, yeah ... i know ...) with _SysTrayIconRemove the icon reappear a few seconds later ...

When i use _SysTrayIconVisible(1, _SysTrayIconIndex($st_process)) the icon doesn't reappear even after completion of the script ...

Am i doing anything wrong ? do u have any idea why it behaves this way ?

Thanks !

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I am trying to remove the Windows Update icon from the System Tray. It looks like a yellow shield with a black explanation point. I believe the process name is wuauclt.exe (please correct me if I am wrong about this). The code below does not remove the icon from the tray. What am I doing wrong?

Thanks,

-John

#include "SysTray_UDF.au3"

$st_process = "wuauclt.exe"
_SysTrayIconRemove(_SysTrayIconIndex($st_process))

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If combined with GUIConstants.au3 it gives me an error:

C:\PROGRA~1\AutoIt3\Include\WindowsConstants.au3(65,34) : ERROR: $WM_GETTEXT previously declared as a 'Const'

Global Const $WM_GETTEXT = 0x000D

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thanks for this great code, it let me clean up some nasty hacks in my scripts

-edit-

sorry just read this isn't support forum. i'll ask elsewhere, thanks for this helpful systray UDF

Edited by Valhalla1

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Is it possible to check all icons for certain path (to some app), and if there is match, hide the icon? what i mean is, hide the icon only if it belongs to certain application exe path.. something like this:

$TrayPaths = _SysTrayIconGetPaths()
For $i = 0 To Ubound($TrayPaths)-1
      If $TrayPaths[$i] = "c:\some app\app.exe" Then _SysTrayIconVisible(1, $i)
Next

Is it possible?

Thanks.


 

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If combined with GUIConstants.au3 it gives me an error:

C:\PROGRA~1\AutoIt3\Include\WindowsConstants.au3(65,34) : ERROR: $WM_GETTEXT previously declared as a 'Const'

Global Const $WM_GETTEXT = 0x000D

Same thing happened to me. I commented it in SysTray_UDF.au3 cos I didn't need it.

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If combined with GUIConstants.au3 it gives me an error:

C:\PROGRA~1\AutoIt3\Include\WindowsConstants.au3(65,34) : ERROR: $WM_GETTEXT previously declared as a 'Const'

Global Const $WM_GETTEXT = 0x000D

Same thing happened to me. I commented it in SysTray_UDF.au3 cos I didn't need it.

At the time this UDF was made, more than likely, these Constants where not defined.


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The function _SysTrayIconPids() needs to be changed, so it will return a correct order of indexes in case that we have more then one similar process names:

Func _SysTrayIconPids()
    Local $i
    Local $titles = _SysTrayIconTitles()
    Local $processes[UBound($titles)]
    Local $ret
    
    For $i = 0 to Ubound($titles)-1
        $ret = DLLCall("user32.dll","int","GetWindowThreadProcessId", "int", _SysTrayIconHandle($i), "int_ptr", -1)
        If Not @error Then $processes[$i] = $ret[2]
    Next
    Return $processes
EndFunc

Thanks to amel27 for the correction in this func.


 

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Please help! Perhaps I'm being extraordinarily thick headed but I can't wrap my mind around this UDF. I run a few progs constantly on my home and work system and want to get something put together to clear these icons out of the tray.

#include "SysTray_UDF.au3"
MsgBox(0, "", WinGetProcess("Hamachi"))
MsgBox(0, "", WinGetHandle("Hamachi"))
MsgBox(0, "", _SysTrayIconIndex (WinGetProcess("Hamachi")))
MsgBox(0, "", _SysTrayIconIndex (WinGetHandle("Hamachi")))

The first two MsgBox()s return what you would assume they should (944 and 0x004C054A respectively) however MsgBox() 3 and 4 return -1. What am I doing wrong? The UDF seems to say that a PID or a Handle would work here. I assume if I get over this hump I can get _SysTrayIconRemove() to work and archive me goal. Thanks!


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Something like...

;===============================================================================
;
; Function Name:    _SysTrayIconIndex($name, $mode=0)
; Description:    Get list of all processes id's that have systray icon
; Parameter(s):  $name = process name / window title text
;                   $mode 0 = get index by process name (default)
;                         1 = get index by window title
; Requirement(s):   AutoIt3 Beta
; Return Value(s):  On Success - Returns index of found icon
;                  On Failure - Returns -1 if icon for given process/wintitle
;                                was not found.
;                              - Sets error to 1 and returns -1 in case of bad
;                                arguments
; Author(s):        Tuape
;
;===============================================================================

#include "SysTray_UDF.au3"
MsgBox(0, "", WinGetProcess("Hamachi"))
MsgBox(0, "", WinGetProcess("Hamachi"))
MsgBox(0, "", _SysTrayIconIndex (WinGetProcess("Hamachi"), 0))
MsgBox(0, "", @error)
MsgBox(0, "", _SysTrayIconIndex (WinGetProcess("Hamachi"), 0))
MsgBox(0, "", @error)

What is the @error?

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Due to the new update (v3.2.10.0), the following pieces of code are invalid.

Changed: DllCall(): short_ptr, long_ptr, int_ptr types deprecated. Use short*, long* and int* respectively.

Just making you aware so that the script can work for the new comers.

----

Even after replacing all instances, the script is not preforming correctly.

Edited by kjcdude

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hello, the link contains the following:

Parent Directory -

SciTEUser.properties 28-Apr-2007 08:12 1.6K

autoit-v3.2.10.0-rc-setup.exe 24-Nov-2007 10:11 6.6M

autoit-v3.2.9.14-beta-setup.exe 21-Nov-2007 04:20 6.2M

autoit-v3.2.9.14.exe 21-Nov-2007 04:20 6.5M

docs/ 25-Jun-2006 11:34 -

pcrepattern-7.3.html 28-Aug-2007 04:34 89K

pcrepattern-7.4.html 23-Sep-2007 01:26 91K

pcretest-7.3.exe 17-Sep-2007 12:49 174K

pcretest-7.4.exe 25-Sep-2007 00:22 175K

sav/ 23-Nov-2007 06:55 -

undocumented/ 20-Dec-2006 03:41 -

i tried the autoit-v3.2.9.14-beta-setup.exe 21-Nov-2007 04:20 6.2M but it gives me errors, do i need a diferent scite or other file

thanks

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Hi,

I guess systray.au3 needs an update.

So long,

Mega


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Hi,

Unfortunately I had completely missed this in VirtualFreeEx documentation in MSDN:

"dwSize The size of the region of memory to free, in bytes.

If the dwFreeType parameter is MEM_RELEASE, dwSize must be 0 (zero). The function frees the entire region that is reserved in the initial allocation call to VirtualAllocEx."

This was causing a huge memory leak when running these functions in a loop.

Corrected UDF in the first post.

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kinda have a problem with this UDF in a function

yes, i included the SysTray_UDF.au3

i wanted to double click a tray icon so i made this simple func using 2 funcs from the UDF:

Func clickfunc()
    $index = _SysTrayIconIndex("process.exe", 0)
    $pos = _SysTrayIconPos($index)
    
    MouseClick("left", $pos[0], $pos[1], 2)
EndFunc

when i tested this independently, it worked

but in the script, the scite console gives me these errors:

C:\Programas\AutoIt3\Include\SysTray_UDF.au3(37,50) : ERROR: $WM_GETTEXT previously declared as a 'Const'

Const $WM_GETTEXT = 13 ; Included in GUIConstants

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^

C:\Programas\AutoIt3\Include\SysTray_UDF.au3(38,36) : ERROR: $PROCESS_ALL_ACCESS previously declared as a 'Const'

Const $PROCESS_ALL_ACCESS = 2035711

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^

C:\Documents and Settings\Utilizador\Ambiente de trabalho\folder\script.au3 - 2 error(s), 0 warning(s)

i have prod autoit 3.2.10.0.

Edited by Lord Freshy

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