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  1. Hello there, after i updated to the newest version of Autoit, every GUI control (buttons, checkboxes, radiobuttons, etc. ) that is currently focused has a dotted border (sorry, dont know the proper name) around it, and i don`t know how to disable it. I have tried setting exStyle of GUICreate to 0, that worked for one run and then it was back. I have tried setting style of GUICreate to 0, didn`t help at all. Am i missing something very obvious here? Please do help, it`s driving me crazy Thanks
  2. Hello all.. I am working on a client server application, and part of the client application is to create color borders on the screen, while the script is performing various tasks. So far, I am using the following method: #include <WinAPI.au3> Border(0xFFFF00) sleep(10000) func border($color) _WinAPI_DrawRect(0,0, @DesktopWidth, @DesktopHeight, $color) _WinAPI_DrawRect(1,1, @DesktopWidth -1, @DesktopHeight -1, $color) _WinAPI_DrawRect(2,2, @DesktopWidth -2, @DesktopHeight -2, $color) _WinAPI_DrawRect(3,3, @DesktopWidth -3, @DesktopHeight -3, $color) endfunc Func _WinAPI_DrawRect($
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