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Is it possible to control the x and y coordinate where a FileOpendialog appears. By defautl actually this is at the upper left part of the screen ?

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PsaltyDS

Is it possible to control the x and y coordinate where a FileOpendialog appears. By defautl actually this is at the upper left part of the screen ?

No, but you can WinMove() it to wherever you want.

:P

P.S. Would require kicking a second process before the FileOpenDialog() because the script will be blocked until that returns.

Edited by PsaltyDS

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LOULOU

No, but you can WinMove() it to wherever you want.

:P

P.S. Would require kicking a second process before the FileOpenDialog() because the script will be blocked until that returns.

How can i launch a second process with autoit ? can you give me an exemple .

Thanks in advance

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Nahuel

I remember trying to solve this problem, and all I could come up with was this:

Run(@AutoItExe & ' /AutoIt3ExecuteLine  "FileOpenDialog('''', ''C:\'', '''')"')
WinWait("Open")
WinMove("Open","",@DesktopWidth/2,@DesktopHeight/2)

It's 100% useless of course, there's no way to get the path of the selected file... I wonder if there's some way to do this.. :P

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