Hello, I stupidly terminated 'Windows Logon Application' using TuneUp Process Manager. And as expected, I cannot login using any account. I already tried Startup Recovery, rebooting in safe mode. etc But still, error message appears in login screen I opened the registry files, went to ProfileList and I noticed only 3 components are present. (no more S-1-5-21) Im really confused. I haven't backed up my data and I needed them badly. I cant afford to reformat the whole storage. Is there any way to enable 'Windows Logon Application' through cmd maybe? Or should I delete Tuneup, expecting everything will be …

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I am unable to proceed any further than [B]loading bar[/B] after turning on my laptop. It's Samsung; Vista, Dual Core. F2 and F12 doesn't work Also, [B]F8 doesn't work[/B]. I already tried pressing all possible key for safe mode so I could load previous configuration but failed. PLEASE HELP.

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Any suggestion what's the best tab to use in loading external pages(html). Im also thinking of adding multiple subtabs within parent tab. I really need expert's opinion on this matter. Thank you

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anybody knows the limitation of lp in terminal printing. i have noticed that 3rd party applications are not supported, am i right? can anybody gimme a list of applications supported in lp terminal (printing) like .rtf, .png, or TextEdit, Preview. thanks

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someone knows how to launch an app in mac?? [CODE] import os class LaunchApp: def launch(self): os.startfile("/Applications/QuickTime Player.app") s = LaunchApp() s.launch()[/CODE] this code works on windows and [CODE]os.system('gnome-open ' + /path)[/CODE] on linux but in mac, it returns this error "AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'startfile'"

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Is it possible in python to open all files in a directory? this only opens a particular file: [CODE]import os path = "/Desktop/directory/file.odt" temp = os.system("open " + path)[/CODE] how about this? am i doing it right? [CODE]import os mypath = "/Desktop/directory" temp = os.listdir(mypath) temp = [os.path.join(mypath, i) for i in temp: if os.path.splitext(f)[1] in mytemp] os.system("open " + temp)[/CODE] Advises and comments are very much appreciated. Thank you

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[CODE]import os from appscript import * this = app(u'System Events').application_processes[param1].windows[param2].exists() while True: this1 = app(u'System Events').application_processes[param1].windows[param2].count(each=k.radio_button) if count == (this1): this2 = app(u'System Events').application_processes[param1].windows[param2].radio_buttons[param3].click() try: os.makedirs(param1) except OSError: if os.path.exists(param1): this3 = os.system('screencapture -C '+ param1 +'/'+ param2) while True: self.param2 = os.path.join(param1, 'win%s_%s_img_%s' % (param1, param2)) return param2 + 1 time.sleep(delay) pass else: raise this4 = app(u'System Events').application_processes[param1].windows[param2].buttons[param3].click() else: continue [/CODE] this part of my code got an error, i dunno what it is. someone help. Thank you

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f i opened a document in terminal through this [CODE]os.system("open " + pathName)[/CODE] how should i close it? is there something like [CODE]os.system("exit")[/CODE] or something Thanks

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helo! can anyone help me in automatically saving files with fixed filename in python? the OUTPUT would be like this: FILE- A01.txt FILE- A02.txt FILE- B01.txt File- B02.txt i was hoping that i could save a file automatically after making some changes in the older version. Thank you, Gene

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hello! i've been trying to create an automated task which it should: 1. open Print 2. choose Printer 3. change Paper Size ( i want to print my doc in all paper size) but i find my code too long and oh i dont know, and i want to simplify it. put it in classes or rather try generic coding. but my mind is mess up right now. i need help. Seriously [CODE]import os from appscript import * os.system("open /Applications/TextEdit.app") app(u'System Events').application_processes[u'TextEdit'].menu_bars[1].menu_bar_items[u'File'].menus[1].menu_items[u'Print'].click() # -- click pop_up_button paper_size -- # app(u'System Events').application_processes[u'TextEdit'].windows[u'Untitled'].sheets[1].pop_up_buttons[1].click() app(u'System Events').application_processes[u'TextEdit'].windows[u'Untitled'].sheets[1].pop_up_buttons[1].menus.menu_items[u'#10 Envelope'].click() app(u'System Events').application_processes[u'TextEdit'].windows[u'Untitled'].sheets[1].pop_up_buttons[1].click() app(u'System Events').application_processes[u'TextEdit'].windows[u'Untitled'].sheets[1].pop_up_buttons[1].menus.menu_items[u'#9 Envelope'].click() app(u'System …

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help! dunno how to convert this in python.. 'contains == ???' in python [CODE]if (basket contains "fruits") then try tell application "Document" to tell application "System Events" to tell application process "Document" to click button "Cancel" of sheet 1 of window "Untitled" tell application "Document" to quit saving no end try[/CODE] basket has for example 5 elements.. thanks

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[CODE]from Tkinter import * class ButtonHandler: def __init__(self): self.root = Tk() self.root.geometry('600x500+200+200') self.label = Label(self.root, text=str(self.mousedown)) self.can = Canvas(self.root, width='500', height='400', bg='white') self.can.bind("<Motion>",lambda x:self.handler(x,'motion')) self.can.bind("<Button-1>",lambda x:self.handler(x,'press')) self.can.bind("<ButtonRelease-1>",lambda x:self.handler(x,'release')) self.label.pack() self.can.pack() self.root.mainloop() def mouseDown(self, event ): return 1 def handler(self,event,x): if x == 'press': self.mousedown = 1 elif x == 'release': self.mousedown = 0 elif x == 'motion': if self.mousedown: r = 5 self.can.create_oval(event.x-r, event.y-r, event.x+r, event.y+r, fill="orange") self.label.config(text=str(self.mousedown)) x = ButtonHandler() #x.__init__()[/CODE]

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i need help in controlling mouse click in python. Example would be 'clicking File menu --> Save Us--> Save' on its own. I have this code for launching an app, for example a textfile. but i dont know how to control its mouse click. Advice please. [CODE]import os class LaunchApp: def launch(self): os.system("open "+ "/Applications/TextEdit.app") go = LaunchApp() go.launch()[/CODE] i tried making my own code.. but it does not work [CODE]if line.find(phase1) != -1: while 1: try : parent = winDoc.tool_bars[1].groups[3].menu_buttons[1] parent.value.get() sleep(0.1) ph.buttonClick(winDoc, 4) except : break parent = winDoc root = parent [/CODE] Thanks

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i want explore the use of PIL but my first try got me this error : ImportError: " No module named ImageGrab " i tried it in terminal by typing 'python -v', 'import Image' but im broke. please help! thanks[CODE] import ImageGrab capture=ImageGrab.grab() capture.save('screen.png')[/CODE]

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anyone knows how to launch an application, for example, a .exe, in mac?? this code works for me in ubuntu, i tried it in mac but its not working: [CODE]os.system('gnome-open ' + path)[/CODE]

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im a newbie to python, still learning as of today. as a part of my 'self-training' i listed some topics to practice every week but i was not able to run it successfully and im stuck. what i wanted with my activity is for it to read a .txt file which contains tabular data, place each line of the file in an array and return a line i wanted to call. hope you could help me with this. thank you :)

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