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What happened to console tools like HideC and RunHiddenConsole?

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DosProbie    97

I did use those files until I discovered a MS file called "min.exe" from the Windows98 days, just add it to your batch file and copy it to your Windows or System32 and it will minimize your dos console to the taskbar while your batch is running..DP :yes:

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Microsoft file 3rd party download removed.

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jaclaz    927

If I may, something that anyone ever using batches or command line should really have on his/her system is Nirsoft Nircmd, which among the n useful features has also those needed to maximize/minimize/hoede/whatever:
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/nircmd.html

However the "mistery of the vanished thread" still remains. :ph34r:

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Very useful, jaclaz. Thanks. :)

Was going over a tutorial I wrote five years ago that includes the use of HideC when I discovered that the MSFN link to the its thread no longer worked... again. Guess I'll have to link to a different tool elsewhere since things have a habit of disappearing here. ;)

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