So I'm coding in win 10, ..every thing looks nice but then I think, what about XP, ...ugly, but I make it pretty again, no problem. Lets check in Win 7 and here is my conundrum.
Win 10, DRM is on, XP is off ( well, non-existant ), so far so good. I decide to make it the "switch" to enable or disable the checkbox in the context menu.
Win 7 ... I try to apply the same logic and:
now, "Windows 7 Basic": DRM is off
Question: how should I determine if to hide the check-mark or not?, Is there a way to know that this theme is ? or better yet, how can I know that the theme is classic ?
PS: I know that the code is not here but I think that my trend of thought would make it irrelevant anyway.
I need to read the status of OneDrive icon running in the taskbar and update the status in a log file.
2nd part I can complete
But the first part, how to read the status of tray menu icon.
I need the text above from the tray icon.
I looked into , but not that helpful.
I'm using UseTraySetIcon("shell32.dll", xx) to set my tray icon to a specific icon while running, is there a way I can specify this icon when I compile my script into an exe so my exe icon is the same?
Is there a way to have Auto it Exe messages/line number when you hover over the tray icon just at it shows when you run Au3.?
For an example, if I the script has paused due to WinWait or Sleep I could hover over the icon and it shows the line where it's at. Is there a way to achieve the same with the compiled exe?
Many thanks for the help!
I have a script that gets a list of visible windows and makes a tray item of each in the tray menu. I'd also want it to update every time I want to access that menu again, in case new windows have appeared or some would have been closed. I'm using TrayOnEventMode option and trying to get the update going with TraySetOnEvent($TRAY_EVENT_PRIMARYDOWN...) as in the snippet below. However, the list doesn't update until after the tray menu has been closed again. I think I could work around this by having the script update the list constantly in the background, but that feels like it'd take up unnecessary amount of resources since the script might be used rarely by the user anyway. I tried using TraySetOnEvent($TRAY_EVENT_MOUSEOVER...), and that kind of does it, but it actually still calls my function many times (since the mouse cursor moves quite a bit on the icon) before the tray menu is opened. I could put another menuitem to call the update function, but I'd much rather have just the minimal amount of user actions. Similarly I could have tray menu open with a double click (with TraySetClick()) and have the first click just call the update function, but can anyone tell me if there's a way to call the update once and then have the menu open without these gimmicks?
Opt("TrayOnEventMode", 1) TraySetOnEvent($TRAY_EVENT_PRIMARYDOWN, "UpdateWindowsList")