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EjectIt!

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I wanted to start off simple, so I have created a CD ejecting program. It will save you the backache of bending over while ejecting your CD tray :D

August 27th, 2008- GUI Release

-Ejects/Closes a CD tray of your choice

-Uses an INI file: no registry changes

-Source Included with icon ICO file

-Now uses a GUI instead of an input box

August 25th, 2008- First release

-Ejects/Closes a CD tray of your choice

-Uses an INI file: no registry changes

-Source Included with icon ICO file

Enjoy ;)

Some screenshots:

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EjectIt.zip

EjectIt_GUI.zip

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pugboy

Updated the post with a GUI Version.

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ludocus

pretty nice..

Although very unnesesary (I dont know how to spell that ;))

are you to laisy to just push the button?

or are you so weak that you dont have enough strength to push that button.. lol

just kidding :D

I like how you did the: Created by Andrew thing.. thats pretty simple and effective!

but the idea of this program is just unhandy..

if it was handy then you did a good job..

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uteotw

Although very unnesesary (I dont know how to spell that ;))

are you to laisy to just push the button?

What if there is not eject button?

I use a Mac Mini as my HD MediaPlayer on my HUGE LCD TV. It used run WinXP and now it runs a stripped down version of Win2008, because I wanted to use a homebrewed Apple Remoter Driver, but I would certainly not run Vista ever).

Anyhow, when not using MediaPortal there is no direct interface to eject the CD other than right-clicking on the CD Drive in Windows Explorer.

I like that implementation and I'm going to try it.

but the idea of this program is just unhandy..

if it was handy then you did a good job..

Even if unhandy it still is a good job. For a first script, or at least a first posted script it looks pretty well written and thought out.

Now if it were truly unhandy and/or useless, then it could almost be considered as Art, which I defined as something that has no other purpose than itself. But it's an all different matter.

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ludocus

yeh.. it can be handy for some people like you..

and thats why he did a good job..

thats just what I meant

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pugboy

I actually did have some trouble finding out how to eject my disc tray when I got my computer XD

Thanks for the comments ;)

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