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  1. I check this snippet: https://www.autoitscript.com/wiki/Snippets_(_GUI_)#GUI_With_Scrollable_TabItem Modified them and I refactored. That's because I needed to adapt it to my needs (I'll write later). I thought I understood how it works. But I was wrong. This is my example which is showing what I want to achieve. #include <AutoItConstants.au3> #include <ButtonConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <GuiScrollBars.au3> #include <GUIScrollbars_Ex.au3> #include <StringConstants.au3> #include <StructureConsta
  2. I'm trying to implement a scrolling list of controls. I have it sort of working using the GUIScrollBars_Ex UDF by @Melba23 found here. I also want to be able to tab through the controls, which I have accomplished by adding $WS_EX_CONTROLPARENT to the child GUI. The problem is that with that style applied, the scrollbar doesn't act like a scrollbar, instead it acts as a title bar to the child GUI letting you drag the it around (and you can even "maximize" it by double clicking). Any ideas? #include <GUIConstants.au3> #include "GUIScrollbars_Ex.au3" $iButtonCount =
  3. I have a GUI with a parent window that has a menu and shortcut buttons at the top, and a child window which displays a list which is scrolled vertically. When the list is relatively small, like no more than 100 or so lines then it scrolls fine. As the list gets larger, scrolling begins to slow, and if you start mixing up the scroll method (mousewheel, left-clicking the scrollbar box, etc) then it begins to hang. When it hangs, dwm.exe CPU usage maxes out, and I can't even switch to another window. Each line in the list is 1000px wide X 30px tall, and the lines alternate between a gray
  4. Any idea how to create this GUI example without using a child GUI? #include <constants.au3> #include <guirebar.au3> #include <guiscrollbars.au3> #include <guitoolbar.au3> #include <screencapture.au3> #include <scrollbarconstants.au3> #include <windowsconstants.au3> Global Enum $idNew = 1000, $idOpen, $idSave, $idHelp Global Const $iImageW = @DesktopWidth, $iImageH = @DesktopHeight Global Const $hBMP_ScreenCapture = _ScreenCapture_Capture("", 0, 0, $iImageW, $iImageH) Global Const $iW = 800, $iH = 600 Global Const $hGUI = GUICreate("Test", $iW, $i
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