Nice update, with the right click menu. Thanks!
In Startup, I am using a path to reference the files I'm loading (plus one direct path to another script.)
I'm getting an interesting error. (I'm on Windows 7 32 bit.)
On the right click menu, when I select any of the script submenus, and then select some of the options (other than Exit), I get the following error message about a "Nonexistent menu item", always on the same line. However, the indicated script is in fact there.
Following this error, the specified script disappears from Startup's rc tray menu and tooltip -- BUT is still running correctly.
Additionally, even when I am NOT getting this error and things run (apparently) as expected, the specified script is still disappearing from Startup's tray menu/tooltip BUT is also in fact still running.
I also noticed that no matter what script I chose in Startups tray menu, it was always the same script specified in the error, which was the alphabetically last script in the folder (and which again continued to run even after disappearing from Startups menu.)
On a hunch, I changed the name of the specified problem script so that it was no longer alphabetically last. Then I exited Startup (and all running scripts.)
Sure enough, when I repeated the above steps, the script that was specified in the error was now a different one, which was now the alphabetically last one in the folder -- which happened to be Hotkey Help.ahk, and which was still running and working as expected.
So -- just pure speculation here -- something odd seems to be going on with how Startup is counting or otherwise parsing the scripts in the folder.... or something like that?