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Hi

Is it possible to create a AutoIT script that can be used in the send to folder??

What i want to is to have a script in the send to folder that i could use to fex. compress a foler/files with 7z, rar or somthing like that using cmd lines.

Is this possible?

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/Rex

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SendTo is just shortcuts. Open your SendTo folder and create a shortcut to the script, preferably compiled.


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I did add a compiled script to the sendt to folder, but i dont know how to get the info that is sendt to the script..

I have a cmdline raw sript tat i tryed with but it's not returning any cmdlines from the folder i send to the script :D

/Rex

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

I did add a compiled script to the sendt to folder, but i dont know how to get the info that is sendt to the script..

I have a cmdline raw sript tat i tryed with but it's not returning any cmdlines from the folder i send to the script :D

/Rex

add the command line to the shortcut in properties.

c:\myFile.exe /commandline

Edit:

Here is an example where I actually used it. It's the command string from the shortcut properties dialog

"C:\Program Files\SendTo\SendTo.exe" -c

Edited by GEOSoft

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