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AutoIt Wrapper, running a file from it?

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#AutoIt3Wrapper_res_File_Add=vncviewer.exe

i want to make vncviewer pop up without having to fileinstall to a directory, so i used wrapper to add the file to the script.

now when i compile it, it adds the file, thne i run the file.

i have this to try to get it to pop up:

run("vncviewer.exe")

doesnt pop up, how do you call the file from within itself??


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Storing a file (a program in this case) into a programs Resources section doesn't main you can run it from there.

You will still have to retrieve it first before it can be ran.


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Storing a file (a program in this case) into a programs Resources section doesn't main you can run it from there.

You will still have to retrieve it first before it can be ran.

Is there a differnce between the wrapper command and fileinstall?

does one compress better or something?

If wrapper compresses better or does anything better, how do you call this?

there's no examples in the scite helpfile! :[

only examples i seen were for .ico!


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I would use the standard FileInstall() command as that has compression build in.

To learn more about the resources options you better look for the set of UDFs created by Zedna

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