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HumbleBumble

trying to hand over information to my script

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HumbleBumble

Hi Guys!

My problem is the following:

i wrote a little script for automatic burning via Nero (nothing spectacular)

now i integrated this script in the context menu (explorer) with some changes in the registry

i want this script to burn the file i right click on and choose "burn" in the context menu

so the actual problem is how to tell my script which file (including path to it) it is

i realized it with a little box where i can get the filename via drag and drop [$GUI_DROPACCEPTED]

Has anybody an idea how i could hand over the filename and path by just clicking in the context menu (explorer)?

Best regards

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Pakku

Hi,

Check the help file for 'Running Scripts' for more information on what i wll now telling you:

If $CmdLine[0] > 0 Then
    For $x = 1 To $CmdLine[0]
        MsgBox(0,$x,$CmdLine[$x])
    Next
Else
    MsgBox(0,"Test","The are now commandline parameters!")
EndIf

as you said you have add in the register a value for starting you program, for example this:

myapp.exe

by adding this; %1 it will add the file you have clicked on

so it will be

myapp.exe %1

i hope this will make clear?

Edited by Pakku

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MHz

myapp.exe %1
Agreed, with some double quotes suggested.

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HumbleBumble

that's what i was looking for :(

i guessed it should be the %1 (like notepad :shocked: ) but i didn't try it...don't ask me why

so thanks for your support!

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