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  1. Hello, i have issues with my code If not WinSetTrans (line 44.45 - Both, red and yellow), Then not Show Childs (--- if Func _BK run on line 6, then does no matter if WinSetTrans, Childs not show !! if WinSetTrans (line 44.45 - Both, red and yellow) , Then Show Childs, why NEED WinSetTrans?? (--- if Func _BK run on line 6, then does no matter if WinSetTrans, Childs not show !! if WinSetTrans Child1(RED) ONLY, then Show Child1(RED) (--- if Func _BK run on line 6, then does no matter if WinSetT
  2. I'm trying to implement a scrolling list of controls. I have it sort of working using the GUIScrollBars_Ex UDF by @Melba23 found here. I also want to be able to tab through the controls, which I have accomplished by adding $WS_EX_CONTROLPARENT to the child GUI. The problem is that with that style applied, the scrollbar doesn't act like a scrollbar, instead it acts as a title bar to the child GUI letting you drag the it around (and you can even "maximize" it by double clicking). Any ideas? #include <GUIConstants.au3> #include "GUIScrollbars_Ex.au3" $iButtonCount =
  3. I don't often have occasion to use Child GUIs. I find the multitude of options confusing. The example below I made for my own purposes, to have a visual guide to what the various Style and Extended Style options lead to. Comments are much appreciated. This can be extended with many more examples and comments and why certain Styles are to preferred or avoided. Where certain types of Child GUIs are most suitable etc. The code is very basic. It is intended to show GUI Styles, not much else. ;~ ******************************************************************** ;~
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