@robedesign ... Ahhh here is what I forgot to insert 8-bit songs that accompany you during the conversion of the files ... AhaHah.
Given your negative feedback only from the photos ... "Ohhh My Gooood" I decided not to give the app to the public domain, but it will be used only by a restricted niche of coders in ahk. Maybe one day you will find it by digging on the web, but certainly not today.
The idea of this GUI was born from the fact that I did not find anything on the web so updated that it comes close to something that in 10 seconds you have conversion of any script into x86/64bit executable with the same guarantee and reliability as Ahk2Exe, modify the proprietary resources of the converted executables "Description - Name - Version - Internal Name - Product Name - Product Version - Original Name - Copyright - Trademarks & Company", change of the privileges of the executables in one click, the use of Mpresss and Upx compressors with user preference and manual option entry, with Hide-Packing function: "Lock/Hacked/Protected" *who knows if anyone knows what it means.
But thanks to your feedback, if anyone here would have been really interested in the functionality and implementations of the application, and not by the design and the rainbow colors "that are so useful in this period of global pandemic" is forced to no longer be able to use its true potential of the app.