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$Folder = ClipGet()
Run('explorer "' & $Folder & '"')

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

This works fine, is folder in this case a sort of varible?

The window opens in the background, i want to add "@SW_MAXIMIZE" but don't know how in this script because the run line is different as in manual.....

Note #1: the window must be on top, alle files in folder must be selected en opened, thats the reason why it has to be on top

Note #2: the title of the windows i never the same, so i can't call it with winactivate

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This works fine, is folder in this case a sort of varible?

The window opens in the background, i want to add "@SW_MAXIMIZE" but don't know how in this script because the run line is different as in manual.....

Note #1: the window must be on top, alle files in folder must be selected en opened, thats the reason why it has to be on top

Note #2: the title of the windows i never the same, so i can't call it with winactivate

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

I found out:

$Folder = ClipGet()
Run('explorer "' & $Folder & '"')   
sleep(400)
WinSetState($Folder, "", @SW_MAXIMIZE)
sleep(400)
Send ("^a")

No i want to close this window, i tried with winclose($folder) but doens't work......

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If you need opening all files it is MUCH better using FileFindFirstFile and FileFindNextFile and the ShellExecute DllCall.

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I tried

$Folder = ClipGet()
Run('explorer /e,"' & $Folder & '"')

Sleep(5000)

WinClose($folder)

and it worked fine.

Maybe you have not the full path shown in the title bar? Check your options.

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