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Is it possible to make your own?

Some folder directories have paths that can be accessed through regedit (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion)... I was wondering if it would be possible to make my own macro for the Quick Launch folder.

And that brings up another question: Is this @AppDataDir & "\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch" a common directory for Quick Launch?


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Would assigning it to a $var be the same thing?

I think he wants to make it a macro, so that he can use it in any script without declaring it or using includes. Just like real macros.

If that's what you're after, I don't think you'll get it.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Ahhh ok, I see. I wonder if making it a system variable and turning on ExpandEnvStrings would be a solution? (edit - For personal use only, of course.)

Edited by xcal

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if there is an environment variable pointing to that folder, you can use EnvGet(). if there isn't, you can create one. I don't know what registry keys would need to be created, or where for that matter, but I'm certain that you can find that out easily enough by searching the internet.

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