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roadrunner96
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NSIS Help

i have a very deep folder layout and was wondering if anyone could help me create relative shortcuts to my programs for the different drive letters

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I would suggest

I would suggest Autohotkey.
www.autohotkey.com

Write the script something like this:

Run, %Working_Dir%/Whatever/Runme.exe

I know its not NSIS, but NSIS is an installer system. I've used authotkey, and it works well

You can even compile them into standalone exes.

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thank you

cheers thank you for your suggestion

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works well

thanks it works fine for me

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No problems! Glad to help.

No problems!
Glad to help.

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NSIS is fine

Assumeing you've downloaded everything and installed it your command would be

$EXEDIR\app\(namehere).exe

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Not Quite

Don't for get to Execute it. Blum

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