IAMK Posted October 4, 2018 Share Posted October 4, 2018 I am starting to have more and more scripts I use, which all basically do one small thing each. Currently, they are all pinned to start. As this number grows, I've been thinking about making one script I can run, which contains all of these scripts. However, what would be the best way to do this? My first thought was to just have a hotkeyset for ctrl+1, 2, 3, etc... Eventually you run out of buttons. My second thought was to implement a GUI which has grid-like buttons, which run the scripts. Maintainting this GUI would require work? Or would it be simple with the use of tabs, and have maybe 9 programs per tab? Or maybe a list which can be scrolled through? Another thing I was thinking about is, what would be the best way to handle the applications I run, assuming I run multiple at the same time? E.g. Using the collection script, run script 1 and script 2, which don't kill themselves. I need a way to kill them. I think with hotkeyset I could use ctrl+# = run, alt+# = kill. With the GUI, First click = run, Second click = kill. Any other good ways to implement this? Also, is it better for the collection to #include .au3 files of the other scripts or install .exe files of the other scripts upon calling the "run"? I feel like #include would be better, but since the install feature exists, there may be something I don't know. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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