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Pieter

Problem with passing data to another script

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$asksync = MsgBox(36,"MediaSync v" & $version, "A synchronizable drive was detected on drive " & $sync_drive & ". Do you want to perform a synchronization?")
            ; Send HideTrayIcon command to the Tray
            IniWrite("Messages.ini", "Message", "Tray", "HideTrayIcon")
            
            ; Show tray icon
            Opt("TrayIconHide", 0)
            TraySetIcon("images/busy.ico")
            
            ; Get settings from the .ini file on the drive
            $srcfldr = IniRead($sync_drive & ":\MediaSync.ini", "sync", "src", "error")
            $destfldr = IniRead($sync_drive & ":\MediaSync.ini", "sync", "dest", "error")
            
            TrayTip("MediaSync v" & $version, "Performing synchronization...", 5, 1)
            
            ; Here we go!
            DirRemove($destfldr, 1)
            DirCreate($destfldr)
            DirCopy($srcfldr, $destfldr, 1)
            
            ; Inform user
            TrayTip("MediaSync v" & $version, "The synchronization is succesful.", 5, 1)
            
            ; Hide tray icon
            TraySetIcon("images/idle.ico")
            Opt("TrayIconHide", 1)
            
            ; Send ShowTrayIcon command to the Tray
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As you can see, a script tries to pass a command to another script, but that doesn't work here. Why?

Edited by Pieter

iPod + Online calendars = iPodCALsync

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HI,

??? what problem?

So long,

Mega


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Sorry, I was updating the main post. Things should be correct now.


iPod + Online calendars = iPodCALsync

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Here's the deal: I use a file, called Messages.ini, where two scripts can pass data to each other. At a certain point, I ask the first script to pass "HideTrayIcon" to the second one. The second script should catch the command using a While loop that constantly checks if a new message is passed to it, but it doesn't seem to catch the command. What could be wrong?


iPod + Online calendars = iPodCALsync

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$checkformsg = IniRead("Messages.ini", "Messages", "Tray", "")
ToolTip($checkformsg, 0, 0)
Would probably tell you. Is the .ini in the same directory as the script(s) you are using?


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