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Positioning the FileOpenDialog window.

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you can always cheat :whistle:

; new1.au3 before compile
winwaitactive("Choose a file.")
WinMove ( "Choose a file.", "", 100, 100)

run("new1.exe")
$var = FileOpenDialog( "Choose a file.", "c:\program files", "My Files (*.au3)", 1 + 4 )

or get more complex:

; new1.au3 before compile
winwaitactive("Choose a file.")
if $CmdLine[0] >0 then
WinMove ( "Choose a file.", "", $CmdLine[1] , $CmdLine[2] ) 
else
WinMove ( "Choose a file.", "", 100, 100) 
endif

run('new1.exe 100 200 ')
$var = FileOpenDialog( "Choose a file.", "c:\program files", "My Files (*.au3)", 1 + 4 )

or even:

AutoItSetOption("ExpandEnvStrings", 1) 
$arguments="100 200"
FileInstall(".\new1.exe", "%temp%\new1.exe")
run("%TEMP%\new1.exe " & $Arguments, "%temp%", @SW_HIDE )
$var = FileOpenDialog( "Choose a file.", "c:\program files", "My Files (*.au3)", 1 + 4 )
;Delete the new1.exe file.
FileDelete ("%TEMP%\new1.exe")

Anyway that is off the top of my head. I did a similar thing a few times.

Edited by scriptkitty

AutoIt3, the MACGYVER Pocket Knife for computers.

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