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  1. Love the Koda tool... been unbelievably usefull for many years. For the first time I attempted to use the 'Main Menu' object (2nd choice in standard tab), but so far I have been unable to actually generate code that includes the Main Menu object. If I double click the MM object on my form it launches the 'Menu Designer' popup where I added some menus and submenus and then closed that popup. If I generate form code, none of my main menu stuff shows up in the generated form. I'm using the latest koda build. Is there some simple step I'm missing for this?
  2. I have been trying to figure out the best way (practice) of preforming this task. I am still new to this all (auto it as well as programming) and I need some help. I'm creating a wizard that prompts the user for several peices of information and then returns an answer. I have included this sample code of the method that I've begun using but I would like some feedback as to what I could do differently, because I know there is a better way that what I have here. Global $GuiHeight = 400 Global $GuiWidth = 350 Global $ButtonWidth1 = 100 GLobal $NavButton = 75 Global $Centered = $GuiWidth/2-$ButtonWidth1/2 Global $NavCentered = $GuiWidth/2-$NavButton/2 GLobal $Left = 10 Global $Bottom = $GuiHeight-25-$Left Global $Right = $GuiWidth-$NavButton-$Left _Inception() Func _Inception() Local $GuiDescription = "You're getting sleepy" GUICreate("",$GuiWidth,$GuiHeight) GUICtrlCreateLabel($GuiDescription,$Left,10) Local $cancel = GUICtrlCreateButton("Cancel", $Left, $Bottom,$NavButton) local $next = GUICtrlCreateButton("Next", $Right, $Bottom, $NavButton) GUICtrlCreateLabel("Level 1",$GuiWidth/2,$GuiHeight/2) GUISetState() While 1 Local $msg = GUIGetMsg() Switch $msg Case -3 Exit Case $cancel Exit Case $next GUIDelete() _Inception2() EndSwitch WEnd EndFunc Func _Inception2() Local $GuiDescription = "Follow the White Rabbit." GUICreate("",$GuiWidth,$GuiHeight) GUICtrlCreateLabel($GuiDescription,$Left,10) Local $cancel = GUICtrlCreateButton("Cancel", $Left, $Bottom,$NavButton) Local $back = GUICtrlCreateButton("Back", $NavCentered,$Bottom,$NavButton) local $next = GUICtrlCreateButton("Next", $Right, $Bottom, $NavButton) GUICtrlCreateLabel("Level 2",$GuiWidth/2,$GuiHeight/2) local $Button1 = Guictrlcreatebutton("Test 1",$Left,40,100) local $Button2 = Guictrlcreatebutton("Test 2",$Centered,40,100) local $Button3 = Guictrlcreatebutton("Test 3",$Right-25,40,100) GUISetState() While 1 Local $msg = GUIGetMsg() Switch $msg Case -3 Exit Case $cancel Exit Case $back GUIDelete() _Inception() Case $next GUIDelete() _Inception3() EndSwitch WEnd EndFunc Func _Inception3() Local $GuiDescription = "You are Fast asleep" GUICreate("",$GuiWidth,$GuiHeight) GUICtrlCreateLabel($GuiDescription,$Left,10) Local $cancel = GUICtrlCreateButton("Cancel", $Left, $Bottom,$NavButton) Local $back = GUICtrlCreateButton("Back", $NavCentered,$Bottom,$NavButton) GUICtrlCreateLabel("Level 3",$GuiWidth/2,$GuiHeight/2) local $Button1 = Guictrlcreatebutton("Test 1",$Left,100,100) local $Button2 = Guictrlcreatebutton("Test 2",$Centered,70,100) local $Button3 = Guictrlcreatebutton("Test 3",$Right-25,100,100) GUISetState() While 1 Local $msg = GUIGetMsg() Switch $msg Case -3 Exit Case $cancel Exit Case $back GUIDelete() _Inception2() EndSwitch WEnd EndFunc Again, I know there is a better way. Ideally, I liked what Valuater did in his Autoit 1-2-3 program where there was one window that changed as you hit next. I just don't know how to create something like that or, what I should even be looking for in order to study how to create that. Thank you in advance! EDIT> Edited code for clarity
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