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$Form1 = GUICreate("Entity Tracker", 606, 425, 500, 241,-1, $WS_EX_ACCEPTFILES) $Tab1 = GUICtrlCreateTab(0, 0, 625, 441) $TabSheet1 = GUICtrlCreateTabItem("Tracker") I was hoping to to be able to disable (i.e. prevent a user from activating the tabsheet) by: GUICtrlSetState($TabSheet1, $GUI_DISABLE) But this doesn't work. (Or at least I can't get it to work). I've checked the help files and searched but can't seem to see an obvious and easy solution to this, but I'm sure one must exist. Hoping someone might know how to do this.
hello, please take a look: i use a vlc-plugin within my script, to remote and watch tv from my dreambox. the plugin causes some lines i can see in the SciTE console. how can i get / store these outputs to a $variable when the script is compiled?
Hi mates, The tool I developed uses different folders where files are located: @scriptdir contains all the .exe, some .dll and some .ini /logs contains log.txt /images contains all images needed to _imagesearch() /manual contains manual.chm and manual.chw /DB contains db.xml As previously discussed with Zedna, I can't use Resources UDF since _imagesearch() doesn't support embedded images but needs them stored on HDD. As previously discussed with Trancexx, I can embedd binaries (runbinary) but It's too risky so I decided to avoid it. So question is: How can I embeed all these files and folders into an executable so that when it's run it re-builds the original folders/file structure? What I expect to have is: Before compiling : all the .au3 and the folders with the files After compiling : just one compiled.exe and all folders with their files. Thanks for the support, Marco