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Easy RunOnceEx.cmd

Do you want it to be easy to create RunOnceEx.cmd   2,053 members have voted

  1. 1. Do you want it to be easy to create RunOnceEx.cmd

    • Yes
      1676
    • No
      33
    • What whould be the function?
      60
    • Maybe
      61

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I'm creating a program to make it much easyer to write "RunOnceEx.cmd".

Vote on the poll and give me your opinion

Upcoming Version: v2.6.1.0 RC4

Changes in this upcoming version:

* The database updates will be back in the next version.

* Set a preference on when to update the program (Choises will be: Manual, on program exit)

* More programs already added to the database

* Updated helpfile to include more difficult programs

* [possibly] Support for XMLInst by PryGuy ( Votes: Yes 0 | No 0 to vote, please send me a PM)

Current Version: v2.6.1.0 RC3

To download, right here

* To install it complety silent, run it with "/verysilent /accept". The accept portion indicates that you agree with both the licenses. If you want a copy of these licenses, please send me a PM.

* Update is now partially working again. Only the program is updatable for now.

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I'm the second voice (1st after yours). Come on!

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i voted yes too!

i dont use runoce.. but it would be good for other ppl :)

i use xplode.. which is kinda similar but not really :rolleyes:

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Well, i don't understand anything of XPLode, so that's why i had the idea to create this small (about 200kb in size as for now, but loading still not functional) program

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i voted yes too!

i dont use runoce..~~~ :)

i use xplode.. ~~~ :rolleyes:

hmm...so you left RunOnceEX...you're moving fast :D

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lol .. indeed :) xplode has a nicer/more customizable GUI :rolleyes: lol

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You don't really need a gui to do it at all. I have a cmd script that just parses the directories looking for a file, which has the title, and commands. Which ends up building my script. This keeps all my commands localized to a folder, so if I want to remove the program, I just move the folder, or the cmd file I parse. it's pretty simple.

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here it is, the first official screenshot (more info to come)

post-80-1092059424_thumb.png

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Looks simple. Go ahead. I'm lazy enough, so I need a proggy to create it for me. :)

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sleppnmojo: care to share that cmd file of yours?

i'll post it when I get back from work. Should I just create a new topic, or reply to this?

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Hi all,

Where can i find this pretty tool ??

Under construction. I hope it's coming soon. Keep visiting, like me. :)

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you can't at the moment, i'm stil developing it, but i'm wrapping it up right now. i'm working on the loading of existing RunOnceEx.cmd files. it's almost finished

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