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nyke0

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Can I stick my own (compiled) script to 1 like PS on left?

Or, can I hide that Taskicon?

Like 1st compiled au3 = Parent exe

2nd compiled au3 = Child of Parent

Should look then like this

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nyke0

Thats not my question ...

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AdmiralAlkex

I think he is asking about grouping icons from different scripts. Turns out it's much easier that I thought it would be >_<
 
Compile, copy and run both exes and they group=
 

#cs ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

 AutoIt Version: 3.3.13.19 (Beta)
 Author:         myName

 Script Function:
    TEST SCRIPT

    An application must provide its AppUserModelID in the following form.
    It can have no more than 128 characters and cannot contain spaces.
    Each section should be camel-cased.

    CompanyName.ProductName.SubProduct.VersionInformation

#ce ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

$sAppUserModelID = "IHaveNoCompany.Food.Pizza.one1"
DllCall("Shell32.dll", "LONG", "SetCurrentProcessExplicitAppUserModelID", "WSTR", $sAppUserModelID)

GUICreate(@ScriptName)
GUISetState()

Do
Until GUIGetMsg() = -3

And for the ones that want to read more, see Application User Model IDs

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mLipok

I like this especially for pizza ;)

edit:

btw. there is function in UDF

_WinAPI_SetCurrentProcessExplicitAppUserModelID
Edited by mLipok

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