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App Launcher 1.6

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Very simple application launcher! Don't laugh because I used this project to experiment with. Added a skin thanks to a particular person on here.

You can now double-click an application in your treeview to launch it.

Add groups and programs from right-click on treeview or from menus. You can now create new settings ini files by selecting new from the file menu, save as, or open them too.

Have fun with it... I know there are way better things on here... but... you can use them then. :)

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Original Post: Here

Very simple application launcher! Don't laugh because I used this project to experiment with. Added a skin thanks to a particular person on here.

You can now double-click an application in your treeview to launch it.

Add groups and programs from right-click on treeview or from menus. You can now create new settings ini files by selecting new from the file menu, save as, or open them too.

Have fun with it... I know there are way better things on here... but... you can use them then. :)

i get an error when i run it

error reads:

Line 36 (file"C:\xxxx"):

Global Const $WM_NOTIFY = 0x004E

Global Const ERROR

Error: Can not redelcare a constant.

and when i check the source at line 36 theres only this

Global Const $WM_NOTIFY = 0x004E

Global Const $DebugIt = 1

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i get an error when i run it

error reads:

Line 36 (file"C:\xxxx"):

Global Const $WM_NOTIFY = 0x004E

Global Const ERROR

Error: Can not redelcare a constant.

and when i check the source at line 36 theres only this

Global Const $WM_NOTIFY = 0x004E

Global Const $DebugIt = 1

dunno... havent touched this in such a long time. will look into it.

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dunno... havent touched this in such a long time. will look into it.

Just comment that line out. In newest version of autoit that constant is already declared in includes.

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