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Run a bunch of commands at once rather than 1 at a time?

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IKilledBambi

As topic states, I want to run a few commands at once, rather than 1 at a time, I can do this with a bunch of scripts, but then my icon tray has 5 autoit icons and i have to exit all 5 of them at a time.

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JSThePatriot

I would recommend that you look at the AutoItOption of "TrayIconHide". That will hide the icons. There's not a way to do what you're wanting with AutoIt to my knowledge.

Also so long as your scripts have an end, you shouldn't have to exit all of them. Optionally you could also setup hotkeys to exit each one. (HotKeySet())

Thanks,

Jarvis


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IKilledBambi

end meaning onautoitexit() or? Also what are the chances of requesting a feature and having this added?

edit* nevermind seems multi-threading is on the list of never add to autoit. :)

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JSThePatriot

end meaning onautoitexit() or? Also what are the chances of requesting a feature and having this added?

edit* nevermind seems multi-threading is on the list of never add to autoit. :)

You could set an OnAutoItExit() of your main script that would call to the other programs to be shutdown. You could just also make your own exit function, and that be the last line of the script before your functions.

Thanks,

Jarvis


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File-String Hash Plugin Updated! 04-02-2008 Plugins have been discontinued. I just found out.

ComputerGetInfo UDF's Updated! 11-23-2006

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Vortex Revolutions Engineer / Inventor (Web, Desktop, and Mobile Applications, Hardware Gizmos, Consulting, and more)

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