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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 have the impression that the traditional method for processing responses to a GUI is to assign variables to each GUICreateButton (or Pic) and then use Switch/Case/Endswitch to detect when any Control is clicked. In the tutorials I've seen about Koda it appears to use this method, too. While 1 Global $nMsg = GUIGetMsg() Switch $nMsg Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Exit Case $Pic2 Call("verizon") Case $Pic3 Call("skype") Case $PicExit Exit EndSwitch WEnd But in a few examples I've seen a script use a different method. The script always incl
  3. Hi there I am building a "statistics kiosk" where we will be enumerating through Web Pages, and Excel files, PDF reports and other applications each displaying statistics relevant to our project. I want to overlay some context over each page/screen so that viewers of this "statistics kiosk" have some info about that the data they are looking at is. I have written a function called OverlayWindow which is supposed to create a transparent window which displays some text. The function SEEMS to work BUT The handle returned from CreateGUI is 0 (despite there being NO error or extended
  4. Hi I am developing a script that types a string that can be specified in the Inputbox that has the $In01 variable attached. But 3 things are not working: It's not loading the gui, even when Guicreate() is specified in the code It's not typing the string, and i dont know why it doesn't type it. And last of them, It's not detecting if the script has a different name than the original, My Script is below: ;Script STRNG= 103494x104955x01 #include <Misc.au3> #Include <File.au3> #include <GuiConstants.au3> #INCLUDE <
  5. Hi Maybe I am just being silly, but I don't understand what is supposed to happen here. ::/html/functions/GUICreate.htm GuiCreate from the Help file has 2 examples. Specifically, the 2nd example creates a ChildGui. Or so it says. I do not see this on screen. $hGUI gets created, no problem. Local $hChild = GUICreate("ChildGui", 10, 10, 20, 20, $WS_POPUP, BitOR($WS_EX_LAYERED, $WS_EX_MDICHILD), $hGUI) What exactly does this line do? Should I see it on screen? Skysnake
  6. I think I am missing something obvious I want the "color bar" to stretch from side to side (entire width) of the GUI. On resize it must expand / contract as necessary. I guess the answer is easy, but I need a bit of help please? $hForm = GUICreate('myColor Picker', 300, 200,-1, -1, $WS_MAXIMIZEBOX + $WS_SYSMENU + $WS_CAPTION) ;color the GUI background ;GUISetBkColor($sColorformFile, $hForm) ; set the gui background color ;Local $mycolorLabel = GUICtrlCreateLabel("",10,10,300,10) ; a blank LABEL color bar Local $mycolorLabel = GUICtrlCreateGraphic( -1,-1,30
  7. I am using the following code to create a Gui and a progress bar that I can minimize: Global $Home = GUICreate("Intake", 1366,768, 192, 114, BitOR($WS_MAXIMIZEBOX,$WS_MINIMIZEBOX)) ProgressOn("Processing...", "Backing up", "Please wait...", 0, 0, $DLG_MOVEABLE + $DLG_NOTONTOP) This works, but the part that I'm trying to fix is that there is a GUI where you press the button to kick off the progress and I'm wondering if there is a way to nest the progress bar into that gui so its movable, but when I minimize the GUI, the progress window also minimize
  8. Hi all this is an Photoshop edited image but i want to create a window like that it should have an extra button for specific tasks. Can anyone give me a clue to create a GUI like that
  9. Hello guys ... I noticed that a window created with AutoIt, the coordinates of width and height are relative to the client area rather than to the window itself! Well, after some tests I got this simple code that causes the width and height are for the window and not to the client area. I hope it's useful for someone else ... Code: Func _GUICreateEx($Title, $iWidth = 400, $iHeight = 400, $iLeft = -1, $iTop = -1, $iStyle = -1, $iexStyle = -1, $hParent = 0) If $iWidth > @DesktopWidth Then $iFrameY = DllCall("user32.dll", "int", "GetSystemMetrics", "int", 33) $iFrameY = $iFrameY[0]
  10. NO code, but a question...what is your method for adding a control in an already created GUI. Say you created your GUI, and then decided that there was something missing, and you wanted to put it in the middle or where ever...you have to move all the controls after it and it is a pain. Does anyone have an easy method, or the method you choose to begin with so you do not have to worry about this coming up in the future?
  11. post deleted due to no responses and subsequent findings re bmp file rendering
  12. So I have tested a bit of code that allows me to store login and password information and use it later on to login. See Code below Func LoginInfo() Local $User, $Password Local $btn, $msg Global $Usr, $Pwd GUICreate(" User Name and Password for ESQ", 320, 120, @DesktopWidth / 2 - 160, @DesktopHeight / 2 - 45, -1) $User = GUICtrlCreateInput("", 10, 5, 300, 20) $Password = GUICtrlCreateInput("", 10, 35, 300, 20,0x0020) $btn = GUICtrlCreateButton("Ok", 40, 75, 60, 20) GUISetState() $msg = 0 While $msg <> $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE $msg = GUIGetMsg() Select
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