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accepted How can I check IF a version of Ghostscript is installed and IF SO where it is installed?
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asked How to determine where an executable is installed?
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comment How can I check IF a version of Ghostscript is installed and IF SO where it is installed?
That would not work, because then I would have to check every possible version of GS: C:\Program Files\gs\gs9.01\bin\gswin32.exe, ..\gs9.02\bin\gswin32.exe, gs9.03\bin\gswin32.exe etc. I would need to determine first (through the registry I guess) which GS version is installed and where it is installed, before calling an instance, I guess.
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comment How can I check IF a version of Ghostscript is installed and IF SO where it is installed?
Thanks, but what you are suggesting is too advanced for me at this point to follow-up upon. Could you please elaborate how I could instantiate an instance and see whether it was succesful or not?
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comment How can I create an If statement with multiple conditions (not: multiple statements nested) in VBS?
awesome, thanks
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accepted How do I add padded zeros to a loop count?
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comment How do I add padded zeros to a loop count?
Thanks! I figured out myself that ´right(1000 + 1, 3)´ also does the job :-)
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comment How do I add padded zeros to a loop count?
a typo. fixed it
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comment How do I add padded zeros to a loop count?
It just outputs 1, 2, 3 etc. So I guess it ignores the padding because it considers i an integer. But i would like not having to convert it into a string because it makes the code more messy I guess. I'm assuming there's an obscure number formatting possible that I missed?
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comment Bookmarklet to prevent auto-logout on website
My ´javascript:window.confirm = function(){return true;};´ works but should run continuously, checking continuously whether the confirm box is there or not and if it is, basically confirm it. My question would be how to continuously run this bookmarklet?
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