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Copy files paths to clipboard

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I see a lot of freeware that adds a command to the right click context menu that converts highlighted files into file paths to the clipboard.

In other words, if I highlighed 5 files on my desktop, right click, up pops the context menu. Adding a command in the context menu allows these "freeware" companies to give us the ability to copy all of the highlighted files onto the clipboard with FULL PATHS!

Can AutoIT do something like this? I couldn't find it when I looked.

Thanks!

Pat

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I see a lot of freeware that adds a command to the right click context menu that converts highlighted files into file paths to the clipboard.

In other words, if I highlighed 5 files on my desktop, right click, up pops the context menu. Adding a command in the context menu allows these "freeware" companies to give us the ability to copy all of the highlighted files onto the clipboard with FULL PATHS!

Can AutoIT do something like this? I couldn't find it when I looked.

Thanks!

Pat

Have you experimented at all with FileOpenDialog() yet?

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Yes, I am trying to learn it. It seems like it might take a year or two to figure this program out!!!!!!! :) No catcalls please!

Absolutely, I would love to figure this out. Stupidity wants as stupidity gets. Is that a saying?

Is ClipPut() the end all be all? How would that work?

PS. I might be ignorant on the computer, but I do know where to go in the registry to add this to the context menu!! Hey....

Pat

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