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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#31 » Postby Fatboyfun » Wed Oct 22, 2014 8:41 pm

According to the error message you have a semicolon (;) in front of the command
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#32 » Postby kleobis » Sat Oct 25, 2014 11:20 pm

Ok, thank´s.
That it´s solved, but the time is 3 hours up .
It´s possible to put it in the correct one?
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#33 » Postby Fatboyfun » Sun Oct 26, 2014 8:22 am

Yes, but you need to find out what it is, the easiest way to do this is to set it manually using the wince control panel...

\windows\control.exe

And copy the data from the registry into the script
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#34 » Postby kleobis » Sun Oct 26, 2014 3:21 pm

Thank´s again.
I know that, this a China´s Multimedia 2DIN.
I put time in the correct way but when I turn on TT, oppss! time changes to 3 hours more.
I´ve tried to correct the regedit (time) with a program, but it´s impossible.
With your script it´s better, because before the difference was 11 hours less.
If you can help me to correct this.
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#35 » Postby Fatboyfun » Sun Oct 26, 2014 3:45 pm

Yes I can help, can you access the wince control panel? You can run \windows\control.exe, then go to the date and time applet.
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#36 » Postby katastrofe » Thu Nov 06, 2014 7:01 pm

Hello Fatboyfun.

Can you help me?
I am looking for a script to change your universal shell a bit. I want the script to start up my daily used Primo 2.4 unless I press a key on start-up, let's say within 1-2 seconds, what then would activate the normal shell. That way, powering on the device would automatically start up Primo (which happens most of times anyway) while pressing the key would give me (thanks to the shell) the possibility to start a different program when I need or want.

I think it's not that difficult, just for me :022:

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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#37 » Postby Fatboyfun » Thu Nov 06, 2014 8:40 pm

It's not that difficult, but it's not going to be easy either.

Mortscript doesn't read hardware buttons, so you would have to use an on screen button, you could use the system information app for this, but this would require writing from scratch.
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#38 » Postby katastrofe » Thu Nov 06, 2014 9:46 pm

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Above my league then

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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#39 » Postby wanderer79 » Fri Nov 06, 2015 4:24 pm

Dear FBF ,
It may be old post , but your mortscript examples on Zippyshare have expired .
will it be possible to reupload the Auto shut off with dialog box script again
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Re: Mortscript Guide

Post Number:#40 » Postby biccio » Thu Jul 06, 2017 8:37 am

Hi to all, I am Mauri from Italy. :lol:

I ask a question:

How can I copy files within the WinCE 6.0 "Windows" folder, using, for example, a simple script make with MortScript.exe?
Example using the "XCopy" command ....

In essence, I have to create a new virtual COM port (VCP COM port) enough on the FTDI FT232RL (USB to TTL) chip.
To do this, I have to copy the 3 files .dll, .inf, and .reg to the "Windows" folder of WinCE.
After that, they launch the .inf file (such as ??? procedure ???) in theory, in the end I should have a virtual COM in WinCE 6.0, which with USB to TTL hardware, and then after TTL to the TMC receiver, I wanted to exploit this To add a TMC receiver hardware to my 2 Din Chinese, and use Igo Nextgen WinCE for TMC.
With electronics and hardware I should not have problems, I can invent the device (I hope) but have no clear idea of ​​how I can create a virtual COM port in WinCE in my 2Din unit.
Maybe I use the SD where I swing Nextgen rather than USB output (USB unit which supports USB mass storage, but the specifications of the 2 din write ONLY USB output suitable for multimedia like mp3-mp4 and video files).
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