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Postby Morpheus » Fri Nov 11, 2005 11:54 am

Gaev wrote:Morpheus:

Yes, the Clipboard can be another vehicle for passing data between programs ... however, in order to ensure that this data is not overwritten by other programs between the time it is placed in the clipboard and pasted into your NeoBook application (however remote this possibility), you might want to "add your own signature to this data" e.g.
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#include <Array.au3>

$mem = MemGetStats()

Dim $sysinfos = _ArrayToString($mem,"|")

ClipPut("Morpheus says your answer is ... "+$sysinfos)
... so your application can ensure the clipboard data is from the expected source.

:D :D

Good idea :D

Gaev wrote:You can also expand this so when this (or another) AutoIt script/program encounters an error, you can ...
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ClipPut("Morpheus says your answer is ... ERROR! ERROR: Something Really Bad Happened")

I'm playing in the mind as for the buffer or is there any way how to pass through any data - hmm, an alterantiv clipboard, without creating any files (due missing admin rights) ?

BTW someone sent to the forum the very very long script for AutoIt (RE: ...everything is possible to get when you ask for WMI and COM objects ~ suggestion for Neobook for next version, what to add as useful...);
so I'm gonna check it and it should even say the CPU clock frequency and other stuff...

For Cip.: I don't have tmHelper plug, just tmHTMLhelper... :cry:

So I can't check out your suggestion. Can u send it the plug to me, pls ?

Keep smiling !
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Postby Cipolla » Sat Nov 12, 2005 4:31 am

Hello Morpheus,

please download the plugin from albertos site. The download link is:
Greetings from Germany
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Postby Alberto_Meyer » Sat Nov 12, 2005 4:58 am

My plugin is freeware
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