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SchedulerPro -- AutoIt Class Scheduling Utility

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I am an undergrad at Case Western Reserve University. As I am sure most undergrads at most universities would agree, scheduling classes each semester is not trivial; it takes some effort to find the classes that should be taken, then seeing if they all fit into a schedule is daunting.

So, I have spend the last few months working on a scheduling utility that will schedule classes visually, so that undergrad students, graduate students, and professors can make schedules.

Currently I have released Beta Version 3.0.xx that is available as an *.exe on my limited webpage schedulerpro.case.edu


This program is written completely in AutoIt.

This setup file will establish the filestructure needed by the program:

Setup File (Main Source is Below)

However, there is something unique about this that I hope is useful to many other people. I have set up the schedule as an HTML file that is displayed by _IECreate($file), and because of that, the schedule can be colorful and editable without graphics handling on the part of AutoIt, but rather by Internet Explorer.

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There are a few things that I need forum help with. If anyone has code updates, and/or changes, post them here, or email me at schedulerpro@case.edu




This, of course, only works for people affiliated with Case Western Reserve University

I am pleased with the functionality of the code, but it is relatively unorganized. For that I apologize. I work on this one function at a time, and over months, it gets less and less organized.

It is meant to seamlessly interact with Scheduler Jones (another scheduling utility that students use)Scheduler Jones


Bugs that I need help on:


GUI_EVENT_CLOSE does not close the dialogs

Tab does not cycle through controls (notice the replacement of this in the function tabforward()

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