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  1. Hi there ya'll! What I've got is 2 GUIs being ontop of eachother, one being the others parent. The parent serves mostly as a background as the child is a bit smaller, transparent and contains a set of images/icons. The child GUI also has a scrollbar created by _GUIScrollbars_Generate. The problem I'm having is that in the parent GUI I have an inputbox, created by GUICtrlCreateInput, and as that inputbox got focus I want to be able to scroll the child GUI. I can't set the inputbox in the child instead as I guess it would be too much work moving it as I scroll along. As I'm having it now I manually have to click inside the child GUI to be able to scroll it, and then click inside the parent/inputbox to type again. Don't know if there's any other great solution to this. I just thought that a mouseover scroll be OK! If you got any other solution I'd happily take that aswell! Best regards, zvvyt
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