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I've been trying to figure out how to launch Google Chrome in the background (hidden) but it doesn't seem possible. I've tried the following methods:
ShellExecute("C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe", "", "", "", @SW_HIDE) Also I've tried:
ShellExecute(@ComSpec, "/c start chrome.exe","","",@SW_HIDE) Lastly I tried:
But all of them launch my chrome browser without hiding it. Does anyone know a workaround for this or if AutoIT just can't Chrome?
Bonus points if you know how to make it launch chrome hidden and make it go to https://www.autoitscript.com
I've been working on 4 standalone scripts. They each have their own GUI and are now independent .exe's. But instead of having 4 separate icons on my computer, is it possible to put them all together into one .exe?
What I want is one interface with tabs. Each script's GUI would be on their own respective tab. Is this possible?
The different scripts don't need to communicate with one another. I just want them all in one .exe.
I can't find this anywhere... Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
How to get the result of the command?
My code :
Local $iRc = ShellExecute ( "G:\ffmpeg\bin\ffmpeg.exe" , "-version" , "G:\ffmpeg\bin\") ProcessWaitClose($iRc) $Message = StdoutRead($iRc)
I want to run a python script from autoit.
I know we can do this with shellexecute or run , but this python script takes 3 cmd line arguments.
How to pass them from autoit script?
I tried many ways.
Following solution also not working
RunWait( 'fullpath\Python.exe Scriptpath\ReadLog.py -f "file.log" -k "key" -e "errMsg" ') Found solution:
RunWait( 'fullpath\Python.exe ReadLog.py -f "file.log" -k "key" -e "errMsg" ', 'Working_directory_path')
I need help to understand why the run function does not work, but if i use it directly inside cmd shell the command works. $where is the name of the jpg file
ShellExecute(@ComSpec ," /k C:\Users\root\Desktop\test\exiftool.exe -p $FileName "&'"'&$where&'"'&" > "&'"'&@ScriptDir&"\out.txt"&'"',@ScriptDir);<----- work Run("C:\Users\root\Desktop\test\exiftool.exe -p $FileName "&$where&" > "&@ScriptDir&"\out.txt",@ScriptDir);<--- doesn't work I would use the run command!