I got a question: i am trying to run different functions based upon what i select in these radio buttons.(code below)
it needs to check server 1. then run function 1 or function 2 after what i selected in the checkbox.
once that function is done it moves to the next one, until it has been trough all 5
iv'e tried using while loops with different while $i equals to something but then i manualy need to go in and edit the script every time.
#include <ButtonConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <StaticConstants.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> #Region ### START Koda GUI section ### Form= $Form1 = GUICreate("Form1", 615, 437, 192, 124) $Server2 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Server2", 216, 95, 41, 17) $server1 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Server1", 216, 72, 41, 17) $server4 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Server4", 216, 144, 41, 17) $server3 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Server3", 216, 119, 41, 17) $server5 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Server5", 216, 170, 41, 17) $Start = GUICtrlCreateButton("Start", 240, 248, 147, 25) $Checkbox1 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function1", 288, 72, 97, 17) $Checkbox2 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function2", 392, 72, 97, 17) $Checkbox3 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function1", 288, 96, 97, 17) $Checkbox4 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function2", 392, 96, 97, 17) $Checkbox5 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function1", 288, 120, 97, 17) $Checkbox6 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function2", 392, 120, 97, 17) $Checkbox7 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function1", 288, 144, 97, 17) $Checkbox8 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function2", 392, 144, 97, 17) $Checkbox9 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function1", 288, 170, 97, 17) $Checkbox10 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function2", 392, 170, 97, 17) GUISetState(@SW_SHOW) #EndRegion ### END Koda GUI section ### While 1 $nMsg = GUIGetMsg() Switch $nMsg Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Exit EndSwitch WEnd
Dumb question, but say I have a loop:
dim $i Do sleep(1000) if $i = ; how do i do a function that enters this IF statement every 10 loops? ; do stuff every 10 EndIf Until $i = 100
- what commands in the if statement do I need to use to make it pass, and on every 10th loop, it enters the if statement. ?
Maybe I am trying this all wrong, but hope someone can help. I have a GUI and want to click a button which will start a function to get a folder location. Then I need to pass that location to a variable to use outside the function. Here is a sample of the code;It prompts to choose a file location and the message box displays the choice but that is all inside the function. I need to pass the path selected outside the function. OR need a different way of doing this, maybe my approach is wrong.
$Label_Drive=GUICtrlCreateLabel("Use the select button and choose where profiles will be stored.", 15, 120, 240, 25)
$BTN_Set_BKP_Path = GUICtrlCreateButton("Select Location", 250, 120, 90, 30) ;left,top,width,heigth
$BKP_Path = FileSelectFolder("Select a folder where profiles will be stored.", "c:\")
MsgBox(0,"Select Path", "You set the path as " & $BKP_Path)
$Label_BKP_Path=GUICtrlCreateLabel("Current path is " & $BKP_Path & ".", 15, 150, 300, 25)
When LISTVIEW loses focus,the selected item will turn gray.
How can I change It . Let it continue to stay blue
Do not gray
#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> Example() Func Example() Local $listview, $button, $item1, $item2, $item3, $msg GUICreate("LISTVIEW", 220, 250, 100, 200, -1, $WS_EX_ACCEPTFILES) $listview = GUICtrlCreateListView("NO1 |NO2|NO3 ", 10, 10, 200, 150);,$LVS_SORTDESCENDING) $button = GUICtrlCreateButton("BUTTON", 75, 170, 70, 20) $item1 = GUICtrlCreateListViewItem ("A1|A2|A3", $listview) $item2 = GUICtrlCreateListViewItem ("B1|B2|B3", $listview) $item3 = GUICtrlCreateListViewItem ("C1|C2|C3", $listview) $item4 = GUICtrlCreateListViewItem ("D1|D2|D3", $listview) $item5 = GUICtrlCreateListViewItem ("E1|E2|E3", $listview) GUICtrlCreateInput("", 20, 200, 150) GUISetState() Do $msg = GUIGetMsg() Select Case $msg = $button MsgBox(0, "", GUICtrlRead(GUICtrlRead($listview)), 2) Case $msg = $listview MsgBox(0, "", "" & GUICtrlGetState($listview), 2) EndSelect Until $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE EndFunc ;==>Example
As with a lot of programming, the less manual repetition done to achieve the same outcome...the better.
I package programs for network deployment at the organization I work for. Sometimes these applications require verbose messaging to the user, and sometimes by special request we have to turn that off and deploy silently.
The way I currently handle these 2 scenarios is this.
I have a function that builds the splashwin display screen to variable size depending on message length, and displays the desired message to the end user.
Then at each point throughout my script as I need to make the user aware of what is currently happening, I inject a splashwin function call with the unique message pertaining to that specific event. ie. "Installing Microsoft Office, please wait..."
In effort to build a more universal script to handle any type of request submitted. I've incorporated a switch command of '/silent'
If cmdlineraw detects the usage of that switch when the script is triggered it sets a variable flag, ie. $silent = "on"
Then at every splashwin call I make, I'm prefixing it with an IF statement that checks for the flag, and then does NOT display the message if that flag is "on". Or does display it if its not. Has worked for me just fine. But while I grow my programming skills and look for more streamlined ways of handling areas I find myself creating repetition. I'm curious if I can relocate that flag check. Taking it out of every single splashwin call, and injecting it into the function itself.
Example of how I currently display or hide the splashwin based on command line...
If StringInStr($cmdlineraw, "/silent", 0) Then
$SilentSwitch = "ON"
If $SilentSwitch = "OFF" Then SplashWin($Uninstalling & $ProductInfo)
Some scripts have dozens of those splashwin calls littered throughout, so Is this the best approach I can take already? Or as stated earlier, can I pull the IF statement away from the splashwin call. And left the function as a whole either activate or deactivate as a result of the command line check.