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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Made this for myself for work. You can hide any active window to tray menu, then unhide it at any time.

hide_to_tray.au3

I forgot to mention that you need Beta version of AutoIt for this script to work.

Update : version 1.1 is now available

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Excellent I was looking for one of these. :lmao:

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Just one question. Why the hell did you do: Call("recount") ?????

Which Line ?


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lol... w0uter just hates the Call() feature... you should just use: recount() rather than Call('recount').

Thanks for the contribution sheckandar... and welcome to the forums.


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lol... w0uter just hates the Call() feature... you should just use: recount() rather than Call('recount').

Thanks for the contribution sheckandar... and welcome to the forums.

Lol. I see. I misunderstood.

Didn't know you can just use recount() Thanks for letting me know.


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I updated the above file.


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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

WOW, This is just amazing. great program good job!!! :lmao:

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AH yes, very nice implemetation. Love it.

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I'm glad you like this little prog. Hope it's useful as well.

And w0uter, I will make sure next time that I don't use any Call functions just for you. :lmao:


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#12 ·  Posted (edited)

I tried to combine the script with mine (It's a personal script -- Will not be released) and I got this error(attached) It gives this error with normal, and beta autoit. It happends when ever I use #include on it, and if I paste the code in it gives me a While withought WEnd. How could I implement it in? (Script may be supplied if you PM me or request it here)

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I can't seem to find the "TrayItemGetText" function.

Dan

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I can't seem to find the "TrayItemGetText" function.

Dan

Are you using the beta version of Autoit ?


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Have someone tested with The Bat!?

It seems to have a strange effect: it double itself (1 hidden and 1 visible with a different title).

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Are you using the beta version of Autoit ?

Yes, but kind of embarrassed. Figured it out by grepping. I have an old constants.au3 for some reason.

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Have someone tested with The Bat!?

It seems to have a strange effect: it double itself (1 hidden and 1 visible with a different title).

What happens when you try to unhide the hidden window ?

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Got it going. Been looking for this for quite a while (I hate a crowded taskbar). I tried compiling it and running it that way but the list of hidden windows does not appear. That's ok tho.

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What happens when you try to unhide the hidden window ?

It's hard to describe for me, too strange. Anyway The Bat! seems to resist in some way.

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Got it going. Been looking for this for quite a while (I hate a crowded taskbar). I tried compiling it and running it that way but the list of hidden windows does not appear. That's ok tho.

Maybe just update your Autoit version.

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