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Run avi

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I am new at autoIt, and im trying to build a script that will use iniread to open avi files. But the run function dosent work i ques.

*au3

"WEnd

Func OnYes()

$comboread = GuiCtrlRead($combo_2)

If $comboread = "Serier(3)" Then

MsgBox(4096, "Tjockboll", "Du valde Serier(3)")

Sleep(3000)

Run($Serier1)

Sleep(1000)

Send("{F}")

.........................................................

.............................."

*ini

"

[serier1]

Serier1=C:\Documents and Settings\Mjuka Men Döda\Mina dokument\- Share -\- Tv-Serier -\Entourage\Säsong 1\Entourage - 101 - Pilot.avi"

So if some one is willing to help me that would be werry nice!

And please don't wright that i schould search the examples, helpfile, forum nore google. Becasue i have already done that.

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I am new at autoIt, and im trying to build a script that will use iniread to open avi files. But the run function dosent work i ques.

*au3

"WEnd

Func OnYes()

$comboread = GuiCtrlRead($combo_2)

If $comboread = "Serier(3)" Then

MsgBox(4096, "Tjockboll", "Du valde Serier(3)")

Sleep(3000)

Run($Serier1)

Sleep(1000)

Send("{F}")

.........................................................

.............................."

*ini

"

[serier1]

Serier1=C:\Documents and Settings\Mjuka Men Döda\Mina dokument\- Share -\- Tv-Serier -\Entourage\Säsong 1\Entourage - 101 - Pilot.avi"

So if some one is willing to help me that would be werry nice!

And please don't wright that i schould search the examples, helpfile, forum nore google. Becasue i have already done that.

Ini data is read from a txt file text the data look like this:

[section1]

value1 = "this is your information"

value2 = "this is any other information"

To read an ini file use

$info1 = IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\your.ini", "section1", "value1", "99")

$info2 = IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\your.ini", "section1", "value1", "99")

To display what is read

msgbox(0,"Display INI", $info1 & " " & $info2)

Ant..

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Ini data is read from a txt file text the data look like this:

[section1]

value1 = "this is your information"

value2 = "this is any other information"

To read an ini file use

$info1 = IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\your.ini", "section1", "value1", "99")

$info2 = IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\your.ini", "section1", "value1", "99")

To display what is read

msgbox(0,"Display INI", $info1 & " " & $info2)

Ant..

So in the *au3 i could have it like i had it before?

"Run($Serier1)"

but at the top i would have to change it to

"$info1 = IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\your.ini", "section1", "value1", "99")"

And in the *ini i could have it like i had it?.

It wont open the *avi i have tried to do it like you said, i have also tried wrighting a new script exactly like you described it..

siterunner.txt

Edited by pbeh

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So in the *au3 i could have it like i had it before?

"Run($Serier1)"

but at the top i would have to change it to

"$info1 = IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\your.ini", "section1", "value1", "99")"

And in the *ini i could have it like i had it?.

It wont open the *avi i have tried to do it like you said, i have also tried wrighting a new script exactly like you described it..

What program is an *.avi file associated with?

Ini Text File

[section1]

value1 = "C:\Documents and Settings\Mjuka Men Döda\Mina dokument\- Share -\- Tv-Serier -\Entourage\Säsong 1\Entourage - 101 - Pilot.avi"

Script

$info1 = IniRead(@ScriptDir & "\your.ini", "section1", "value1", "99")"

Then use the following command

ShellExecute(.................. see help)

No guarantee that it will work but might help you along the way

Ant..

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I think maybe the documentation for the Run function should have a notice in big letters at the top saying, "Only works on EXECUTABLE FILES (exe, com, scr, etc) for all other files, use ShellExecute!"

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