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  1. Hello forum, I want to create a program with multiple menus and many elements inside. The problem is my way of doing this and below I have an example of how I do these menus. I know it's a bad way of doing them as using this method for more elements and menus cause big flickering. Can someone please help me with some tips of optimizing this or tell me another way of creating that menus with many elements without cause flickering? From a long time ago I still try to solve this but without any results, just small improvements. Many thanks for everyone. #include &l
  2. Hi! I made a script that reads an ini file and updates the controls background color according to the ini key value. There's another script that needs to write to that ini file, but the file is locked by this main script. The loop keeps updating the window according to the ini contents, and that generates the flickering (and stalls the gui) but it also locks the ini file for writing. I can't think of a logic that could solve my problem. I'm sorry for the big script, the UI is still a bit messed up. #include <ButtonConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.
  3. Hi guys, So I am facing an issue with my Listview control flickering like crazy when using the Modern GUI UDF. I understand that the reson is because Listviews do not play nice with the $WS_EX_COMPOSITED extended style which is necessary to prevent the rest of the GUI components flickering on resizing. I am looking for suggestions on how I can overcome the flickering issue without having to remove the Listview header (as I need the header to allow column resizing and sorting). The reproducer is here and the lightly modified Modern GUI UDF is attached as a zip (I added $WS_C
  4. First off, I still learning Autoit, and so hopefully this hasn't been answered before on the forum and I just overlooked it... I've been testing/tinkering/researching and can't seem to code what I want. So I'm hoping that someone here can lend me a hand. I'm trying to come up with a 3-stage, flicker-free, .PNG-based button. I'm also looking for this method to let me tab between one of these buttons and other input fields on the same GUI. Essentially I'm wanting to have a button that shows the typical states (normal, hover, pressed) without flickering. And of course, so I can have multipl
  5. Hi peeps, are you able to please help me out with reducing/eliminating the flicker when the GUI is being resized? The example is attached. Reason for zip is that I'm using a couple of UDFs (namely: Ribbon bar and ModernMenuRaw so I've included them in the attached archive). Source here: #Region ### includes ### #include-once #NoTrayIcon #AutoIt3Wrapper_Compression=4 #AutoIt3Wrapper_UseUpx=n #AutoIt3Wrapper_UseX64=n #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <StaticConstants.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> #include <Ribbonsbar.au3> #include <GuiListView.au3&
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