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Simple Explorer Folder Cache (MRU list)

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MilesAhead

Simple AutoIt3 Tray MRU list of Explorer Folders. Shift-PgUp or double-click tray icon to open the folder cache window. With the spin button you can adjust the maximum number of folders in the list.

The folder list is saved in a .txt file in the same folder as the exe.

Select one or more folders then hit the button or right click the mouse to launch.

No install. Put a shortcut in Startup folder if you want to start with Windows.

I run at 1280x1024 with CRT type monitor. On my system 24 folders fits nicely in the list without the need for any scrolling. But the max folder setting has a range 16 - 64 so suit yourself.

The idea on this incarnation is to pop up a wide window to avoid the need to scroll horizontally to read long paths. As soon as you launch the window is destroyed. Press Esc to close without opening any folders.

Folder Cache 2.4

Now sports some Glass border and adjustable background colors if running with Glass enabled.

Click the link above for screen shots.

Edit: Here's a list of changes

Edited by MilesAhead

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MilesAhead

Thank you so much for sharing !!!

You are most welcome. If you look around on my site you'll see I've been messing with different approaches to this for a long time. It took me a while to get the implementation the way I wanted it. Hope you enjoy using some of my apps. :D

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ldub

I was pulling your leg because you sent only an advertisement.

Where is your code ?

What do you share ?

What is the problem of your sample script ?

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