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  1. Hello everyone, I have a radio button ($Radio1), which I want to disable as soon as another one get's checked (Radio5). (The system fails if the radio button i'm troubling with also gets checked). I know how to disable him: If GUICtrlRead($Radio1)=1 And Not BitAND(GUICtrlGetState($Radio5), $GUI_DISABLE) Then GUICtrlSetState($Radio5, 128) But if i try to enable $Radio5 again, after $Radio1 isn't checked anymore, it fails: If GUICtrlRead($Radio1)=Not 1 And Not BitAND(GUICtrlGetState($Radio5), $GUI_ENABLE) Then GUICtrlSetState($Radio5, 64) Anyone knows why?
  2. I need to automate a specific GUI from a legacy system written in C. The spy tool gives me this I use this code Local $swintit = WinGetTitle("[active]") ConsoleWrite("active Window " & $swintit & @CRLF) If $swintit = "FILES NOTES" Then ; If $swintit = "FILES NOTES" Then ; got Window, now atomate ConsoleWrite("got Window " & @CRLF) ; now focus, then click :) ;EditPaste ;ControlCommand("FILES NOTES", "", 404, $acno) ; paste acno GUICtrlSetState(404, $GUI_Focus)
  3. Hi all, I have the following snippet of code that sort of works but isn’t doing exactly what I want. expand popup #include <GuiConstants.au3> Global $gGUIWidth = 250 Global $gGUIHeight = 150 Initial() Func Initial()    ; Create the initial GUI    $BaseGUI = GUICreate("", $gGUIWidth, $gGUIHeight, -1, -1, -1, $WS_EX_TOPMOST + $WS_EX_TOOLWINDOW)    GUISetState(@SW_SHOW, $BaseGUI)    ; Create a field for entering the current value    GUICtrlCreateLabel("Current Value:",  10, 10) &nb
  4. I have been trying to figure out how to get my GUI to do what I want. I am including sample code below that has what I'm working with. Essentially, what I want is for 4 list views to control the visibility and the ability to change data on a sub GUI. The primary gui has the 4 list views and a tab control (as well as 3 tabs). I want to be able to click on the first list view and have it activate the first tab and allow the values to be changed (the example only has a label). When the 2nd list view is clicked, I want it to disable the first tab and enable the 2nd tab for editing. Whe
  5. Hello, I am trying to hide all the controls in my GUI. Is it possible to do an easier way than to use GUICtrlSetState on every single Control I have?
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