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sbrady

all this script does is open 2 different folders. everything is perfect until you get to opening the folder on the server (10.10.10.10). That window opens but the position is not what my code says, and I have to manually stop the script from running because it like it gets stuck.

any ideas

#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <ButtonConstants.au3>
#include <EditConstants.au3>
#include <Array.au3>



; format the date
            $the_month = @MON    ; get the month 11
            $the_day = @mday        ;get the day 09
            $the_year = @YEAR   ;get the year 12
            $the_year2 = StringTrimLeft ($the_year,2)
            $todays_promo1 = $the_month & "-" & $the_day & "-" & $the_year2 & " Promos NPR" ;10-15-12 Promos NPR
            $todays_promo2 = $the_month & "-" & $the_day & "-" & $the_year2 & " Promos" ;10-15-12 Promos
               
            ; set the path for the NPR Promo folder 
            $NPR_PROMO_FOLDER = "E:\Nuendo Projects CR6\Promos\" & $todays_promo1
               
            ; make the NPR folder at the usual location
            DirCreate($NPR_PROMO_FOLDER) ; 10-15-12 Promo NPR
            
            
            

            ;open todays NPR promo folder
            ShellExecuteWait("E:\Nuendo Projects CR6\Promos\" & $todays_promo1)
            $thepath3 = "E:\Nuendo Projects CR6\Promos\" & $todays_promo1
            $hHandle3 = WinWait("", $thepath3)
            WinMove($hHandle3, "", 100, 600, 400, 400)
            
            
            
            
            
            #cs
            ;open Apace promo folder
            ShellExecute("\\10.10.10.10\Incoming_Projects\Open PM\" )
            $thepath3 = ("\\10.10.10.10\Incoming_Projects\Open PM\" )
            $hHandle3 = WinWait("", $thepath3)
            WinMove($hHandle3, "", 100, 50, 111, 111)
            #ce

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Chimp

Hi sbrady,

remove the ending backslash "" at the end of the network path, so it should work

Edited by PincoPanco

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sbrady

yup, that did the trick, thank you so much.

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Chimp

you are welcome :)


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