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  1. This script is an alternative (improvement) to the script published at this link (www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/186225-interesting-effect-with-transparency). In that post a flash animation was used and therefore you need the flash player to work, while here only javascript is used. Here, too, the aim is to show an interesting effect that can be obtained by exploiting transparency, but can also be used as it is just for fun. The animation consists of some fish wandering around the screen. You can continue working on the computer by letting them swim. The javascript source was not writt
  2. (This example uses a "flash" animation and therefore needs the "flash player" to work. Since "flash player" is discontinued and no longer present on many systems, this script may not work. I have therefore prepared a new script which does not use flash, but is based only on javascript. You can find it in this new post: www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/206853-aquarium) If you set within a window, a given color as transparent, every area of that window painted with that color, act as an hole through wich you can see what's behind, and click on what's behind as well. What's funny is that i
  3. Making the integration between AutoIt and the BrowserControl easier may facilitate the development of interesting programs. Just think of all those (fantastic) libraries and frameworks available for javascript that could be integrated and exploited in an AutoIt program. For example, to graphically present the results of an AutoIt processing in the GUI, ... and many other possibilities. Providing the basic functions to implement this synergistic interaction is the purpose of this post (if for no other reason, just even to collect some tests done over time here and there, so as not to leave them
  4. just for further fun Here is a Javascript version of the nice 3D sine wave posted from @UEZ This version uses this nice javascript library:(http://visjs.org/graph3d_examples.html). (All the 'dirty' work is done by the javascript library, so the whole credit goes of course to that library and not to me...) I've simply injected all the html/javascript stuff into a BrowserControl embedded into an AutoIt GUI. Have fun #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> Example() Exit Func Example() Local $oIE = ObjCreate("Shell.Explorer.2") ; Create a BrowserControl Local
  5. This is a little experiment that makes use of a "Browser Control" embedded in a GUI in order to be able to use AutoIt, HTML, JavaScript and CSS all together. This little toy will only work on systems with IE11. The purpose is to drag all the names of the scientists & drop on the right ones. (among scientists it has also infiltrated an intruder). I hope you find it entertaining. I've posted it here in the hope to have some suggestions on how to improve it all (I mean the interaction between Autoit Javascript html and css). Thanks ; this works on systems with IE11 ; -------------
  6. Hello and happy new Year to everybody! I'm trying to catch some events occuring within a browser control by simply using the ObjEvent() function. I think I'm not using that function in a proper way since some events are captured, while other are not. more precisely, events like those listed in this page are working: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa769764(v=vs.85).aspx while other events listed in other "interfaces", as in the following links, does not works. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh801967(v=vs.85).aspx For exemple, Here I would like to catch
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