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[module & tool] CronGUI 0.3 - cron timer GUI


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tonne
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GUI for adding, editing, deleting and running cron timers in AutoHotkey.

This module comes in two files, the library:
https://ahknet.autoh...~tonne/Cron.ahk
and the GUI script:
https://ahknet.autoh...nne/CronGui.ahk

Note that the library can be used without the GUI!
Also note that this is the first version!

Version 0.3:
Fixed some global variable name bloating, thanks goes to majkinetor

Comments and suggestions are welcome.

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:( The link <!-- m -->https://ahknet.autoh...nne/CronGUI.ahk<!-- m --> points to an empty file

tonne
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Seems that AutoHotkey.net is case sensitive! I changed the URL in the first topic.

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This is not module tonne. :)
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Thanks Tonne, great job :-) Such a lib is indeed extremly useful! Works fine for me so far. The GUI is a nice addition too.

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Hello tonne.

Global Variables (alphabetical)
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0[1 of 3]: 0
cron[0 of 0]:
cron_[0 of 0]:
cron_0[0 of 0]:
cron_1[0 of 0]:
cron_2[0 of 0]:
cron_3[0 of 0]:
cron_4[0 of 0]:
cron_5[0 of 0]:
cron_logfilename[0 of 0]:
cron_name[0 of 0]:
cron_next[0 of 0]:
cron_nextid[0 of 0]:
cron_pid[0 of 0]:
cron_records[0 of 0]:
cron_time[0 of 0]:
cron_tooltip[7 of 7]: Running
cron_wait[1 of 3]: 0
ErrorLevel[1 of 3]: 0
firstdate[0 of 0]:
firstmth[0 of 0]:
info[0 of 0]:
parameters[0 of 0]:
pid[0 of 0]:
pids0[0 of 0]:
seconddate[0 of 0]:
secondmth[0 of 0]:
target[0 of 0]:
targets0[0 of 0]:
time[0 of 0]:
workingdir[0 of 0]:


Module shouldn't have such global variables (blue). Mos of them are tipicaly used in other scripts (pid, time....)
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Thank you majkinetor!
I made modifications to privatize my variables.

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Hi guys,
Sry for my question, but i'm a beginner.
I took Cron.ahk and CronGui.ahk into the library (%A_ProgramFiles%\AutoHotkey\Lib).
I can use the cron_insert command: the notepad started.
But how can I use GUI? How can I display the commands? Edit the commands?
My simple script is:
#q::
cron_insert("28","11","31","10","*","notepad.exe")
return
I try f11, but it doesn't work...
What should I do? :roll: Please help. Thx :)

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The library (cron.ahk) don't have a GUI.
The CronGUI script is a standalone app using the library.

Did you try to run the CronGui.ahk?

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The library (cron.ahk) don't have a GUI.
The CronGUI script is a standalone app using the library.

Did you try to run the CronGui.ahk?


Do you see, what stupid i am? :lol:
Thank you very much! It's very useful! Have a nice day! :)

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If somebody would provide the Cron.ahk and CronGui.ahk Download link, A throusand Thanks!
The old links dead!!