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Added in the latest build (v1.0.2).Ganamyde wrote:Splat is nice, needs some improvements though.
It would be great to add RunWait in action list, which means run item and wait for its process (pid) to close before running next item.
Thank you for the bug report. Nice catch. I also added your request in v1.0.5:Ganamyde wrote:Splat has a minor gui bug, see screenshot
Also, I can't find entry run state? min/max/hide.
Am I missing something?
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v1.0.5 - 2015-01-14 + Added "Launch state" option to the Run action. (Thanks, Ganamyde) * More detail in the Launch Log for Run events. ! Editing a "Run (even if running)" event didn't pre-set the radio button properly. (Thanks, Ganamyde)
I'll consider this but you can simply do a ctrl+c ctrl+v operation in the meantime.webfork wrote:
- Duplicate Task - probably via a right-click menu item
I'm tend to shy away from these types of operations since I really do not like messing with user's files.webfork wrote: [*] More functions - delete/wipe, copy, move, etc. Basically this would just add additional intelligence into an easy automation program (I realize this might be overkill).[/list]
@Clean Slate: Yes, probably best to use CloseAll since that's what it's designed to do.webfork wrote:
- Clean Slate - include a sort of "closeall" operation for starting over (alternatively we could just run the "closeall" program).
- Self-destruct option - meaning to close after it finishes an operation
- Machine Power - Computer Sleep/Shutdown/Hibernate/etc.
- Disable Task - also probably via right-click. Thinking entry would turn gray until you right click on it and select "Enable". This would be helpful if you started to get a rather complex process together.
- Execute Hotkeys - also probably overkill but might be a neat way to integrate the program with MPH.