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DeepBlue

Hello,

I'm a new AutoIT user and the forum search didn't get practicable results for me.

I want AutoIT to run %programfiles%\directory\application.exe

Certainly I have to use something with StringReplace but i didn't get it...

How does the command has to be?

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JSThePatriot

Have you checked out the help file under the Run() Function and the @ProgramFilesDir Macro?

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MHz

Run(@ProgramFilesDir & "\Directory\Application.exe")

@ProgramFilesDir is a builtin macro.

Does this help you?

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DeepBlue

Run(@ProgramFilesDir & "\Directory\Application.exe")

@ProgramFilesDir is a builtin macro.

Does this help you?

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Thanks! It works!

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ezzetabi

In this case it is useless, but if you'll need to read a windows set you should use:

Run(EnvGet('programfiles') & "\Directory\Application.exe")

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ezzetabi

Actually this legacy Option (Autoit 2 like) it is there from lots of time...

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DeepBlue

Opt("ExpandEnvStrings", 1)

That's a needful option, thanks!

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