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The following code is intended to illustrate a method of adding recent files to the File menu, once files have been opened or saved. This is not a UDF, nor a universal solution which fits all requirements. It is just the solution I made for myself and I thought it worth sharing. I haven't noticed much about this subject. The example only emulates opening and saving files: nothing is actually written to disk. I have not included any code for opening or saving files - only the File menu and Title bar are updated. The code is intended to illustrate the logic I used. Perhaps you can improve on it or get some ideas from this example.

#include <GUIConstants.au3>
#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>


#Region ; core functions

Func UpdateRecentFiles(ByRef $aRecentFiles, $ahMenu, $sNewPath, $iMenuInsertPos)
    Local $iMaxFiles = UBound($aRecentFiles) -1

    For $i = 1 To $aRecentFiles[0][0] ; check to see if the path was accessed recently
        If $aRecentFiles[$i][0] = $sNewPath Then ; file is already in the list
            For $j = $i To 2 Step -1
                $aRecentFiles[$j][0] = $aRecentFiles[$j -1][0] ; push items down the list
            $aRecentFiles[1][0] = $sNewPath
            For $j = 1 To $aRecentFiles[0][0] ; update all recent file menu items
                GUICtrlSetData($aRecentFiles[$j][1], $aRecentFiles[$j][0]) ; overwrite existing control data
            Return ; the list has simply been reordered

    ; if we are here, then the file was not found in the recent files list
    For $i = $iMaxFiles To 2 Step -1
        $aRecentFiles[$i][0] = $aRecentFiles[$i -1][0] ; push all existing items down the list

    If $aRecentFiles[0][0] < $iMaxFiles Then
        $aRecentFiles[0][0] += 1 ; increment the number of recent files in the list
        $aRecentFiles[$aRecentFiles[0][0]][1] = GUICtrlCreateMenuItem($sNewPath, $ahMenu[0], $aRecentFiles[0][0] + $iMenuInsertPos) ; create a new control
        ; add a second spacer to the menu after the first recent item appears (one time action)
        If $aRecentFiles[0][0] = 1 Then $aRecentFiles[0][1] = GUICtrlCreateMenuItem('', $ahMenu[0], $aRecentFiles[0][0] + $iMenuInsertPos +1) ; add divider after adding the first recent item

    $aRecentFiles[1][0] = $sNewPath ; add the new path to the files list
    For $i = 1 To $aRecentFiles[0][0] ; update all recent file menu items
        GUICtrlSetData($aRecentFiles[$i][1], $aRecentFiles[$i][0]) ; overwrite existing control data
EndFunc ;==> UpdateRecentFiles

Func ClearRecentFiles(ByRef $aRecentFiles, $idDummyInactive)
    For $i = 0 To $aRecentFiles[0][0]
        GUICtrlDelete($aRecentFiles[$i][1]) ; delete menu items
        $aRecentFiles[$i][1] = $idDummyInactive ; render all control IDs inactivate
    $aRecentFiles[0][0] = 0 ; there are now zero files in the list
EndFunc ;==> ClearRecentFiles

Func DeleteRecentItem(ByRef $aRecentFiles, $iItem, $idDummyInactive)
    For $i = $iItem To $aRecentFiles[0][0] -1
        $aRecentFiles[$i][0] = $aRecentFiles[$i +1][0]
        GUICtrlSetData($aRecentFiles[$i][1], $aRecentFiles[$i][0])

    $aRecentFiles[$aRecentFiles[0][0]][1] = $idDummyInactive
    $aRecentFiles[0][0] -= 1

    If $aRecentFiles[0][0] = 0 Then
        $aRecentFiles[0][1] = $idDummyInactive
EndFunc ;==> DeleteRecentItem

#EndRegion ;==> core functions

#Region ; example code

Func Example()
    Local $sGUITitle = "New Project", $hGUI = GUICreate($sGUITitle, 500, 200) ; create GUI

    Local _ ; declare menu arrays
    $ahMenu[2] = [" File "," Options"], _ ; 1D array assigned to menus
    $ahMenuItem = GetMenuItems() ; 2D array assigned to menu item controls

    For $i = 0 To UBound($ahMenu) -1
        $ahMenu[$i] = GUICtrlCreateMenu($ahMenu[$i]) ; create menu
        For $j = 1 To $ahMenuItem[0][$i] ; add menu item controls
            $ahMenuItem[$j][$i] = GUICtrlCreateMenuItem($ahMenuItem[$j][$i], $ahMenu[$i])

    Local $iMenuInsertPos = 4 ; this is the menuentry position for the most recent file
    GUICtrlCreateMenuItem('', $ahMenu[0], $iMenuInsertPos) ; create dividor

    Local $aRecentFiles[9][2] = [[0]], _ ; zero previously stored items - assuming that the recent files list is empty at startup
    $idDummyInactive = GUICtrlCreateDummy() ; never send messages to $idDummyInactive

    For $i = 0 To 8 ; [IMPORTANT] Windows assigned a unique control ID to $idDummyInactive
        $aRecentFiles[$i][1] = $idDummyInactive ; temporarily set all (recent files list) controls to never receive messages


    Local $msg, $sFilePath

    While 1
        $msg = GUIGetMsg()
        Switch $msg
            Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE, $ahMenuItem[5][0]

            Case $ahMenuItem[1][0] ; File ==> New
                WinSetTitle($hGUI , WinGetTitle($hGUI), $sGUITitle)

            Case $ahMenuItem[2][0] ; File ==> Open
                $sFilePath = Open()
                If Not @error Then
                    WinSetTitle($hGUI , WinGetTitle($hGUI), $sFilePath)
                    UpdateRecentFiles($aRecentFiles, $ahMenu, $sFilePath, $iMenuInsertPos)

            Case $ahMenuItem[3][0] ; File ==> Save
                $sFilePath = Save(WinGetTitle($hGUI))

                If @error Then
                    MsgBox($MB_OK, "Action Failed", "Unable to save file")
                    ContinueLoop ; [use your own code logic]
                    WinSetTitle($hGUI , WinGetTitle($hGUI), $sFilePath)
                    UpdateRecentFiles($aRecentFiles, $ahMenu, $sFilePath, $iMenuInsertPos) ; update recent files here

            Case $ahMenuItem[4][0] ; File ==> Save As
                $sFilePath = SaveAs()
                If @error Then
                    MsgBox($MB_OK, "Action Failed", "Unable to save file")
                    ContinueLoop ; [use your own code logic]
                    WinSetTitle($hGUI , WinGetTitle($hGUI), $sFilePath)
                    UpdateRecentFiles($aRecentFiles, $ahMenu, $sFilePath, $iMenuInsertPos) ; update recent files here

            Case $ahMenuItem[1][1] ; Options ==> Clear Recent Files
                ClearRecentFiles($aRecentFiles, $idDummyInactive)

            Case $aRecentFiles[1][1], $aRecentFiles[2][1], $aRecentFiles[3][1], $aRecentFiles[4][1], $aRecentFiles[5][1], $aRecentFiles[6][1], $aRecentFiles[7][1], $aRecentFiles[8][1]
                For $i = 1 To $aRecentFiles[0][0]
                    If $msg = $aRecentFiles[$i][1] Then
                        $sFilePath = OpenRecent($aRecentFiles[$i][0])
                        If Not @error Then
                            WinSetTitle($hGUI , WinGetTitle($hGUI), $sFilePath)
                            UpdateRecentFiles($aRecentFiles, $ahMenu, $sFilePath, $iMenuInsertPos) ; update recent files here
                        ElseIf @error = 1 Then
                            If MsgBox(BitOR($MB_YESNO, $MB_DEFBUTTON2, $MB_TASKMODAL), "Action Failed", "Unable to locate " & $aRecentFiles[$i][0] & @CRLF & _
                            "Do you want to remove this item from the menu?") = 6 Then DeleteRecentItem($aRecentFiles, $i, $idDummyInactive)
                        ExitLoop ; return to the While loop
EndFunc ;==> Example

Func New()
    ; start a new project [your code here]
EndFunc ;==> New

Func Open()
    Local $sFilePath = FileOpenDialog("Open", @DocumentsCommonDir, "All (*.*)")
    If @error Then Return SetError(1)

    ; read file [your code here]

    Return $sFilePath
EndFunc ;== Open

Func OpenRecent($sFilePath)
    If Not FileExists($sFilePath) Then Return SetError(1) ; unable to open recent file

    ; read file [your code here]

    Return $sFilePath
EndFunc ;== OpenRecent

Func Save($sFilePath)
    If Not FileExists($sFilePath) Then
        Local $sNewPath = SaveAs()
        If @error Then Return SetError(1) ; unable to save file
        Return $sNewPath

    ; save file [your code here]

    Return $sFilePath
EndFunc ;==> Save

Func SaveAs()
    Local $sFilePath = FileSaveDialog( "Save As", @DocumentsCommonDir, "All (*.*)")
    If @error Then Return SetError(1) ; unable to save file

    ; save new or existing file [your code here]

    Return $sFilePath
EndFunc ;==> SaveAs

Func GetMenuItems()
    Local $aMenuItem[6][2]
    $aMenuItem[0][0] = 5  ; number of items on the File Menu
    $aMenuItem[0][1] = 1  ; number of items on the Options Menu

    ; File Menu
    $aMenuItem[1][0] = "New"
    $aMenuItem[2][0] = "Open"
    $aMenuItem[3][0] = "Save"
    $aMenuItem[4][0] = "Save As"
    $aMenuItem[5][0] = "Exit"

    ; Options Menu
    $aMenuItem[1][1] = "Clear Recent Files"
    Return $aMenuItem
EndFunc ;==> GetMenuItems

#Region ; example code

Run the example, open some files and check for new menu items that are added. Then try a few other menu options and check the various changes occurring in the File menu.

Edited by czardas

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