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Copy & Past a file with ClipGet() & ClipPast()

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rayane888

Hello i just do first step is to copy the file

 

#include <Misc.au3>

_ClipPutFile(@ScriptFullPath)

ClipGet()

 

now i need to past it  ( BUT ) not need filecopy fuction or Send (^v)

i need somthink like clipPast(& file directoy that i want)

if  any one know how i clip past file in folder that i want 

thank you .

 

 

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JLogan3o13

@rayane888 just curious, why are you constructing a Rube Goldberg machine rather than using tried and proven methods of copying a file? How about a detailed explanation of what you are trying to accomplish?


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rayane888
1 hour ago, JLogan3o13 said:

@rayane888 just curious, why are you constructing a Rube Goldberg machine rather than using tried and proven methods of copying a file? How about a detailed explanation of what you are trying to accomplish?

Hello about what i need is when user try to copy any file it replace with  my file & when he past he see my autoit Gui ... about help any idea ??

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JLogan3o13

When a user tries to copy any file, replace that file with your own? Can you please explain the valid reason for doing this, outside a joke/prank script?


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rayane888

man we are out the subject . if you can help me so do it  or not ask me lot .  i need solution with my problem not add me other problem this help forum i think not reaserch forum :mad:

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rayane888
19 minutes ago, JLogan3o13 said:

When a user tries to copy any file, replace that file with your own? Can you please explain the valid reason for doing this, outside a joke/prank script?

this not prank i have cyber coffi so i nee this in my work

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Just now, rayane888 said:

so i nee this in my work

So please explain exactly what you're after and why. As there seems to be a language barrier, please feel free to explain in your native language and use Google Translate if it is any easier for you.


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