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Thread: Suggestions for DaemonScript 2.0

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    Ausrufezeichen Suggestions for DaemonScript 2.0

    Welcome to the new DaemonScript forum!

    To start things off, I'll give some information on an upcoming new DaemonScript release (2.0). This will be a complete rewrite of the current version, but the GUI will remain basically the same. I also hope to add language/translation support. Support for Windows 95/98/ME will also be gone.

    Please post any additional ideas you might have.

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    Perhaps the ability to put a PAUSE into the script. Not just a timed delay, but a "wait for action" key. Primarily for games where the launched process spawns a different process, so the "wait for app" isn't effective.

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    Please translate it for Andareed, thanks.

    Man sollte bei "wait for app" den Pfad zu exe eingeben können.

    Hintergrund:
    Es gibt Spiele, die sofort nach dem mounten starten,
    dadurch könnte man sich den Schritt "runApp" sparen.

    Aber wenn man das macht, fehlt bei "wait for app" eben
    der Pfad zu exe, und man kann das Image nicht automatisch
    auswerfen lassen (nach dem spielen).
    Last edited by AndreP : 03.05.2007 at 14:55
    Gruß
    AndreP

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndreP View Post
    Please translate it for Andareed, thanks.
    Man sollte bei "wait for app" den Pfad zu exe eingeben können.
    Hintergrund:
    Es gibt Spiele, die sofort nach dem mounten starten,
    dadurch könnte man sich den Schritt "runApp" sparen.
    Aber wenn man das macht, fehlt bei "wait for app" eben
    der Pfad zu exe, und man kann das Image nicht automatisch
    auswerfen lassen (nach dem spielen).
    Translated:

    For "wait for app" it should be possible to specify the path to the executable file.

    Background:
    There are some games which launch immediately after mounting the image, so one could omit the "runApp" step. Without the "runApp" however "wait for app" doesn't have a path to the executable und the image cannot be unmounted after playing the game.

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    Thank you for providing us Daemon Script.

    This is not an idea, just to spam.

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    Default Где скачать DaemonScript

    Дайте ссылку на эту замечательную микропрограмму

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    @Ad-Set: Daemonscript 2 has not been released yet, I think. You can grab the old one here:

    http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/down...tegory&catid=2


    (I hope Google Translate did its job well)
    Last edited by FordPrefect : 28.05.2007 at 11:20

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    hi there,
    i'm recent user of DaemonScript and i find its scripting abilities very helpful. and for the new version, i'd like to suggest that the following features to be included:
    changing of desktop resolution (for old games)
    saving of desktop icons' layout
    and restoring both automatically after the program has been terminated.

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    Optimize the "mount" script item:
    If the wanted ISO image is already mounted on that device, simple continue to work; do not unmount and remount the image! This saves noticable time 5 to 10 seconds.
    We are using with a bunch of sparepart CDROM images and these mounting times using the same image again is avoidable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jito463 View Post
    Perhaps the ability to put a PAUSE into the script. Not just a timed delay, but a "wait for action" key. Primarily for games where the launched process spawns a different process, so the "wait for app" isn't effective.
    I've noticed that some applications spawn and then terminate, there by wait for app doesn't work.

    I think a Script-manager type interface, much the same way that DT Pro & Alcohol have image lists. Daemon-Script could read in all the scripts in a folder, and display them. Maybe saving the scripts in XML format could make this easier (if it's not saved that way already.)
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