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yucatan

how can autoit make a shortcut? i cant find ut:S

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Jos

You are sure you opened the Helpfile and typed "shortcut" in the search tab?

Its the 3rd one in my result list :)

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yucatan

autoit just needs a shortcut to this rundll32.exe dwmapi #105

and i cant get it working pleas help

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Jos

... shortcup to the 3d flip thing in windows vista ...

Right... the 3rd flip thing ...... :)

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yucatan

autoit just needs a shortcut to this rundll32.exe dwmapi #105

and i cant get it working pleas help :)

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yucatan

hi i wanne make a shortcut to rundll32.exe dwmapi #105 but i cant find out how i need to do that

i just cant get it working help me pleas thx

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Jos

Please do not create multiple threads on the same subject. You will get a reply when somebody sees your question, understands it and knows the answer.

* merged *

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ProgAndy

This is easy:

FileCreateShortcut(@SystemDir&'\rundll32.exe',"C:\test.lnk","","dwmapi #105")

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Swift

This is easy:

FileCreateShortcut(@SystemDir&'\rundll32.exe',"C:\test.lnk","","dwmapi #105")
He could use that, or learn something from what Jos says. I belive he posts for a reason, he gave a good answer, search, and the third one down... :)

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