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Explorer Path Query

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Heyas,

Whilst experimenting with AutoIT I worked out you can get the Directory Path of a selected explorer window with the WindowsGetTitle() command as long as the option of "Display Full Path" is enabled in Folder Options WinXp. Is their more a elegant way to do this maybe using WinAPI?

Any assistance would be appreciated.

Thanks.


Frequent sufferer of ID10T Syndrome and CRAFT (Can't Remember A "BLEEP" Thing)

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Heyas,

15 views no replies damn giving myself one last shot at gettng a response on this, replying to my own message so gets on the first page of General Help and Support section. I hope I don't offend anyone. :)

Cheers.


Frequent sufferer of ID10T Syndrome and CRAFT (Can't Remember A "BLEEP" Thing)

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

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//Edit: You should not Bump within the first 24 hours!

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