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  1. 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. ;~ ******************************************************************** ;~
  2. I've noticed that when I create a GUI and supply $WS_EX_MDICHILD in the extended style parameter the child window doesn't seem to behave correctly even though it is an extended style. The coordinates are off. However, if I supply it to the style parameter then it seems to work fine. Lastly, the child window doesn't seem to move with its parent window regardless of whether or not I use it as a style or extended style. Am I using this parameter right? I have this reproducer: #AutoIt3Wrapper_Version=B #AutoIt3Wrapper_AU3Check_Parameters=-w 1 -w 2 -w 3 -w 4 -w 5 -w 6 -w 7 -d #include <GU
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