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YoseMite

Hide Trayicon

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Hi,

I would like to hide a program.

I tried this code:

Run("C:\apache\Apache.exe","",@SW_HIDE)

This code works fine, but I would also hide the tray icon of Apache. (Not the AutoIT icon)

Is this possible?

Greetz,

YoseMite

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Hi,

I would like to hide a program.

I tried this code:

Run("C:\apache\Apache.exe","",@SW_HIDE)

This code works fine, but I would also hide the tray icon of Apache. (Not the AutoIT icon)

Is this possible?

Greetz,

YoseMite

Hi,

maybe this helps out.

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...ne%20back&st=40

or search for SysTray

So long,

Mega


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You can also just add

#NoTrayIcon

to the beginning of your script.

Have a good one

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You can also just add

#NoTrayIcon

to the beginning of your script.

Have a good one

It might help to read the question before trying to answer it.

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Well I was assuming he wrote the other exe

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I haven't used Apache in a long time, but I thought it has an option to not display the tray icon?

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Strange that didn't work... can you show how you tried to impliment that?


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I use this code:

#include "SysTray_UDF.au3"

;Run the program
Run("apache.exe")

;Hide the icon
st_process = "apache.exe"; 
_SysTrayIconRemove(_SysTrayIconIndex($st_process))

; Note that only the icon was removed; process still should be running

Code looks good...?

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Can someone please help?

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