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my FF.au3 does get included but my script does not open firefox.
here is my code so far:
#include <FF.au3> _FFStart("https://www.google.com", Default, 0) I am using firefox portable version 52.0 Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
The code runs but nothing happens. I think the FF.au3 cannot find or connect to the firefox portable.
I've been very fond of portable software. Some of the portable programs are quite large, so to make the using fancier, I started to compress the portable applications into a WinRar SFX Archive which extracts the software to the tempdir, starts the software and afterward deletes the whole temp Dir.
But it got cumbersome to manually extract the icon from the exe, make all necessary settings in the WinRar GUI - so I wrote this script. Nothing spectacular, but (in my eyes) very useful. After that, I added some other options to make it a little more versatile.
if we have a 32Bit and a 64Bit version, it can launch the correct Version (32Bit or 64Bit) fitting to the system the SFX is started on (contains a small exe file "universal_launcher.exe" which expects two parameters for the 32Bit.exe and 64Bit.exe, checks the current system for 64Bit and then runs the correct file). Powerbasic Sourcecode of the exe file is included, of course. automatically extracts the icon from the chosen exe and uses it as icon for the SFX if the chosen exe file has a version number in it, the version is put in the resulting SFX's filename can just extract the files to a user-chosen directory OR can just extract the files to the program files directory (and, optionally, create a desktop shortcut) OR extract the files to a temp directory and run an exe Have fun with it
How do I sync portable SciTE4AutoIt3 with portable AutoIt3 ?
I have spent hours trawling through FAQs, this forum, and general searches on the web, without any luck
I would prefer to use portable setup for AutoIt and SciTE etc. I have downloaded portable ZIP but have not extracted it in case the order of extracting is critical.
Just like it says in the title. A scripter from my company gave me a script to make it run, but he's not around anymore, and my drive finally failed with no working backup.
I run PortableRoboForm (http://www.roboform.com/for-usb-roboform2go-windows) version 6 from a USB drive to automate password management for hundreds of accounts with different passwords.RoboForm lets me do this, and they even have a Portable version, but it's not that portable and I'd like to use it inside a PortableApps (http://portableapps.com/) launcher.
I'd like to create a script to go to the root of the USB drive and run "PortableRoboForm.exe". PortableApps only sees executables in subdirectories of the \PortableApps folder of the USB drive. RoboForm2Go only installs and executes in the root directory of the USB drive.
I tried using the fantastic little _GetFileDrive function, but I keep getting an error indicating it's trying to run the file in the subdirectory so obviously I'm not using _GetFileDrive right. Any help for a newbie would be appreciated.
; Change the working directory to the root of this file. FileChangeDir(_GetFileDrive(@ScriptDir)) ; Run the PortableRoboForm executable. Run(PortableRoboForm.exe,"") ; Get the drive letter of a filepath. Idea from _PathSplit. Func _GetFileDrive($sFilePath) Return StringLeft($sFilePath, StringInStr($sFilePath, ":", 2, 1) + 1) EndFunc ;==>_GetFileDriveEDIT: Nevermind, found the option to set it up to run from the PortableApps menu.