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Another thing I thought of though, is that since my iPod acts as a drive. It still has to be manually ejected...Maybe an option to eject it if that was also possible. I dunno, now my head is filling with too many ideas, if that's too much for whoever codes it, then don't worry about it. :)  Maybe I can just do that in an AHK script or something, some things might have to be run that way to automate them anyway.

Sweet thanks, I wanted to add, that when I connect the iPod, it appears as a drive letter in Explorer, that's because I set iTunes to allow me to do that, and also have set it not to launch when I plug it in, so on occasion I can use XPlay to access it as well but never both at the same time. 

I figured it might be a coding snack idea but I wasn't sure. I know for the Mac there's a script that can run whatever when the iPod is connected instead of just one or another program, that's kind of what I was looking for. So I could sort of automate iTunes and PodPlus or whatever in a certain order so one doesn't mess with the other, and so I can sync the thing without really having to click too many buttons, because sometimes I am in a hurry to get out the door.

Is there a way, say I can run something in the background, that can run programs or scripts, such as autohotkey scripts automatically say when it detects a device connected. Like when I connect my iPod, I can run things in order like iTunes, or whatever instead of just iTunes when I connect it. I can automate the programs with like AutoHotKey scripts, but I don't know how to detect when my iPod is connected.

Dang Sony, well, there goes my purchasing the Van Zant or Santana CD anytime soon, and I like them too. Ugh. I have something on my PC that can bypass copy protected CDs, but it doesn't always work right, and right now I'm not willing to even try.

ContextMenu Commander / Re: ContextMenu Commander
« on: October 21, 2005, 10:55 AM »
Some of my Favorites

That's all I can think of at the moment, for the most part the ones I had are either already mentioned, or I have forgotten about.

ContextMenu Commander / Re: ContextMenu Commander
« on: October 21, 2005, 10:46 AM »
as for managing other context menus, unfortunately its another kind of product entirely, though it would be nice to use in conjunction with this; i used to know a good one.

EDIT: Was going to mention MMM but I see it's been done already

Living Room / Re: Who are you & what do you do?
« on: October 20, 2005, 08:01 PM »
Figured I'd say hello, I just donated today.

I 26, I have a birthday in December, I don't like those very much, too close to Christmas. I was 21, now I'm 26 where'd the time go. I used to think 26 was old.  ;D I am part of a small two man IT department, for three companies under the same roof, more if you count the landlord and a "Buy Owner"-Like Real Estate company (Real Estate, Mortgages and Title under one roof). I got the job primarily because of my knowledge, but it helped that my mother is the Broker of the Real Estate company, and a partner in the other two. I'm a geek, I like the computer to operate how I want it to, everything from how it looks, to how everything works.

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