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matumbo

I have been trying to use a script that can save the position of the desktop icons and then restore them when I want.

I found a script like that in http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=52575

but I have tried to make it work in everyway but i can't figure out whats wrong.

Some guys tried to help me before in http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...p;p=400549&

But it's still not working.

I managed to create the file. but the problem is that my computer asks what program to open it with, and I have no idea...

thx in advance if any1 wanna try to solve my problem.

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dbzfanatic

Did you compile the program script as an .exe? Do you mean that you have the .exe but it makes a file with the icon position data in it in some wierd format and just won't open with the program to restore it? Please be a little less vague.

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matumbo

I have compiled the script to .exe and if i righ click on the file i can choose to save the positions, but when I choose to save the positions it asks what program to use.

the file format is .icn and I don't know if I need another program to use that format.

They guy that created this script didn't mention that.

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matumbo

I tried to follow them before...

but If i've done them right they still don't work.

B.t.w since I changed that lines all scripts asks what program to use if I right click on them and try to compile.

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