|07 Oct 2012||#1|
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Animate All GIF files in Windows Explorer Script Help
I have a folder with a ton of animated gifs. When I open this folder I desire all of the icons to display with the animations cycling. Someone I am unable to contact wrote the following script as a not too fancy, but definitely clean and functioning workaround :
for each file in fldr.files
if lcase(right(file.name,4))=".gif" then
document.write "<img src=""" & file.name & """>"
unless someone knows of another utility that will display the win explorer contents as desired, this works for me. However, I would like to know if someone is able to modify this script so that the filenames will also display next (or under/over/inside ...) to the gif.
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