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configure splash text to show progress

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im trying to make a script to delete files, but i wanna use splash text to display progress, only 1 prob..

i dont know how to easily lol

;windows Cleanup
SplashTextOn("Windows CleanUP", "Please Wait While Windows Configures Cleanup", 400, 75, -1, -1, 4, "", 24)
Sleep(3000)

$message = ""
SplashTextOn("Windows CleanUP", $message, 400, 75, -1, -1, 4, "")
For $x = 60 to 65
    $message = $message & $x & @LF
    ControlSetText("Windows CleanUP", "", "Static1", $message)
    sleep(100)
    Next

i wanna have it so it displays example :

Cleaned up Desktop

then run inbehind splashscreen while above text is still displayed

FileDelete(@DesktopDir & "\*.lnk")

FileDelete(@HomeDrive & "\Documents And Settings\All Users\Desktop\*.lnk")

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im trying to make a script to delete files, but i wanna use splash text to display progress, only 1 prob..

i dont know how to easily lol

;windows Cleanup
SplashTextOn("Windows CleanUP", "Please Wait While Windows Configures Cleanup", 400, 75, -1, -1, 4, "", 24)
Sleep(3000)
$message = ""
SplashTextOn("Windows CleanUP", $message, 400, 75, -1, -1, 4, "")
For $x = 60 to 65
    $message = $message & $x & @LF
    ControlSetText("Windows CleanUP", "", "Static1", $message)
    sleep(100)
    Next

i wanna have it so it displays example :

Cleaned up Desktop

then run inbehind splashscreen while above text is still displayed

FileDelete(@DesktopDir & "\*.lnk")

FileDelete(@HomeDrive & "\Documents And Settings\All Users\Desktop\*.lnk")

ControlSetText needs the text of the window, so you need to save and reference it like this:

;windows Cleanup
$message = "Please Wait While Windows Configures Cleanup"
$oldmessage = $message
SplashTextOn("Windows CleanUP", $message, 400, 75, -1, -1, 4, "")
Sleep(3000)
For $x = 60 to 65
    $newmessage = $message & @LF & $x
    ControlSetText("Windows CleanUP", $oldmessage, "Static1", $newmessage)
    $oldmessage = $newmessage
    sleep(3000)
Next

I'm not quite sure how you wanted this displayed, but you get the idea.

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ControlSetText needs the text of the window, so you need to save and reference it like this:

;windows Cleanup
$message = "Please Wait While Windows Configures Cleanup"
$oldmessage = $message
SplashTextOn("Windows CleanUP", $message, 400, 75, -1, -1, 4, "")
Sleep(3000)
For $x = 60 to 65
    $newmessage = $message & @LF & $x
    ControlSetText("Windows CleanUP", $oldmessage, "Static1", $newmessage)
    $oldmessage = $newmessage
    sleep(3000)
Next

I'm not quite sure how you wanted this displayed, but you get the idea.

k but that still doesnt 100% answer my question cuz i dont know how to invoke the actual cleanup command, i want it to perform about 20 different "cleanups" but let the user know every 1 see what i mean?

so it'd be like "cleanup 1"

user sees

cleanup2

user sees

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A simple display like this may suit your needs ?

$x = 1
_Cleanup('Cleanup this rubbish')
; action
_Cleanup('Cleanup that rubbish')
; action
_Cleanup('The rest can go too')
; action
_Cleanup('Cleanup finished')
_Cleanup('')

Func _Cleanup($message)
    If $message <> '' Then
        If WinExists("Windows CleanUP") Then
            ControlSetText("Windows CleanUP", "", "Static1", $message & @TAB & $x)
        Else
            SplashTextOn("Windows CleanUP", $message & @TAB & $x, 400, 75, -1, -1, 4, "")
        EndIf
    Else
        SplashOff()
    EndIf
    Sleep(2000)
    $x = $x + 1
EndFunc

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