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Organize your scripts in system tray

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Hi guys, I have been learning Autoit for a few month, i think it is a great tool. However, after having created many scripts on different purposes, I found it is not convenient to run a certain script when needed, and it is why I made this script to make the work easier.

Basically, when you run this script and appoint a folder to scan, it will put all .EXE files within the nominated folder (only root and first level of sub-folder) in your system tray as menu. Then you could locate your script to run easily. All sub-folder have its own sub menu.

I want to post it in example section,however the sysmtem didnt' allow me to do so, is anyone can help?


Edited by Johnnywz

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Really nice idea, I might even use this regular basis :)

I think it would be great if you added au3 files in the menu as well, as many of my scripts isn't compiled.

You need 5 or 10 post before you can post in Example Scripts, but since you clearly have some knowledge, just help some noob or say something intelligent in the chat section :)

Broken link? PM me and I'll send you the file!

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