Version for #runbatch

How do i get the #runbatch to work like here? I have Version 6.40.4.

I get error when i use it
Failed to run custom command '#runbatch'. File not found

Below are the values i use:
Command: #runbatch
Arguments: tried both C:\Program Files\AmiBroker\Formulas\Custom\ and C:\Program Files\AmiBroker\Formulas\Custom\

If you get "file not found" it means that there is no file in specified path (path is wrong).

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I tried both single backslash and double backslash in the path, the double backslash is being shown as single backslash by the website. exists at location

@erukumk did you try to enclose the path in double quotes?

"C:\Program Files\AmiBroker\Formulas\Custom\"

Please follow this advice: How to ask a good question
You need to send SCREENSHOTS of error messages and settings dialog showing you have in AB. Chances are that you have typos that you can't see.

Below are things i tried
C:\Program Files\AmiBroker\Formulas\Custom\
C:\\Program Files\\AmiBroker\\Formulas\\Custom\\
C:\"Program Files"\AmiBroker\Formulas\Custom\
"C:\Program Files\AmiBroker\Formulas\Custom\"


Error message is same for all :

@erukumk, I haven't upgraded to the latest version (6.40.4), so my previous suggestion was based only on similar issues / articles in tool setup.

But I notice that the @Tomasz post you linked is dated March 12th and that the latest downloadable version of Amibroker is stamped: Version number: - Release date: February 2, 2022
(where he mentions a "new" version).

So, now, I suspect the command is not yet implemented in the latest released version.

@Tomasz has probably already added this feature to the version he is working on, and for that reason he may have replied thinking that, probably, it was a spelling mistake.

But, please, expect to find confirmation directly from him (or - if I'm wrong - from any other user who has found a way to run this #runbatch command from the tools).


@beppe is right. This feature is already implemented, but the version I am using is not the one what you have. You need to wait for the release (6.41.0)

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Astute observation!!!, Thanks @beppe and @Tomasz.

May i know when is the release (6.41.0) expected?

real soon now - Wiktionary , seriously it can be any day since as I wrote, this is already done.

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