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Demetris

Hi, I'm trying to make some type of menu which will read the name and commands from some file. It's like the QuickRunMenu from Sourceforge:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/quickrun/

I saw one post with something similar, but the problem is that it works only with executable files and I can't use commands and cmd's

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=93894

In quicklaunch it's in type:

Title,<whatever command I want with spaces also>

and it works from the current directory where quicklaunch's executable is.

Can I do this in AutoIt? Sorry if it's an answered question, just I don't know how to search about it.

Thanks

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Valuater

Yes it can be done. Maybe search some more in Example Scripts and you might find something similar

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Demetris

I searched about, but I hadn't find anything similar or something that I can use something from it. Can you give me some tips ow to start? I just want to make some kind of menu that will read the title from some file and the command will be used. What I'm trying to do is to have a menu that will have cmd scripts by categories.

Thanks

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picea892

Hi

I had this laying around. I removed most of the content since it was personal, but left enough for you to get a sense. Is this what you are looking for?

Run the script, press capslock to activate the menu.

Picea

menu.au3

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Demetris

Hi

I had this laying around. I removed most of the content since it was personal, but left enough for you to get a sense. Is this what you are looking for?

Run the script, press capslock to activate the menu.

Picea

Maybe I can combine this with the other menu I found. The problem with this is that I can't parse arguments like: "cmd /k dir"

Thanks for the script anyway

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