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open url in Explore

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i have made a working script/bot, witch opens an url in iexplore

-main exe/au3-

$Iexplore= IniRead (@scriptdir & "\Setup.ini", "Patchs", "Exe", "c:\Programmer\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe")

Run($Iexplore)

-Setup.ini-

[Patchs]

Exe=c:\Programmer\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe http://www.Mylink.dk/

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i want it to open this link without eny toolbars or adress box, leaving the site in a clear window only with the X left back in the corner to close the window with

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internet explorer has a 'kiosk' mode that will do what you need

add the -k switch to you exe line

Exe=c:\Programmer\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe -k http://www.Mylink.dk/

problem with this is though, it will not display the X in the corner either.

Maybe assign a hotkey to ALT+F4 to close the window?

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internet explorer has a 'kiosk' mode that will do what you need

add the -k switch to you exe line

Exe=c:\Programmer\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe -k http://www.Mylink.dk/

problem with this is though, it will not display the X in the corner either.

Maybe assign a hotkey to ALT+F4 to close the window?

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i still want the title of my window to show, like a popup window, this can be done in html. but service pack is blocking the popup, so i need to do it in autoit.

and if i am doing it in html it needs to open a html file at my computer first, dont want that either.

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you are not telling me that this cant be done in autoit, damn i was working at a webbrowser in VB6 but the makers of VB6 is Misrosoft® and all programs or systems from microsoft suck big time.

enyway VB6 wont run at my windows xp computer, and when i was pressing {DELETE} the program crashed. so i uninstalled service pack2 and now it works fine. i might just need to reinstall vb6, ill try it out in some days. now i need a break, have been working with Autoit for days, i need to get out.

at least im starting to learn programing, and i allreddy made my own bot in some hours. autoit is pretty easy to work with.

i still need to add some funktions, but those are easy. the hard one for me are to open this explore window like a javascript popup can do it.

im thinking of making a html file for my browser to open (now that service pack 2 is gone) and include the side in that. but the problem is that i still would need a start file, and then the running file.

iexplore.exe start.html ; or one of the other ways

and then exit start.html.

start.html ; this will open running.html in new popup window (if you dident install service pack2)

running.html ;this is the file witch includes a online java game i was making this bot for.

i relly dont got eny idias what to make, so i am just trying to learn the langue this way. and i am trying out c++ and vb6 to, but i dident make enything in those yet. as my windows xp is trying to send a error report to microsoft when i compile a script in vb6. pretty lame. and c++ is still a little hard for me. that is just microsoft, and im getting used to it. but i dont like to pay for software from microsoft, it might now work when you install it.

i own windows xp, and i payed for this system. thu i need to run a crack at it to make it work. my sirial have been used x times so i cant install my windows withuot calling microsoft asking to get a new and tell them some numbers at the screen. damn i hate microsoft. this call and service is free thou but it taks to moch of my time doing this at eew install.

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If you want the titlebar, you could make your own in a frame. :)

I have some HTML stuff in scraps that shows how to make auto create a temp HTML file, and open it in kiosk, close it, and even pull information from it.


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