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  1. Hello there. I'm currently trying to solve a problem I'm having with the GUIExtender-UDF by Melba23, but I can't relly get the hang of it and I think I need someone to straightening this out for me. What I'm trying to achieve is a "menu-ish" GUI with buttons that takes you deeper and further into the menues, and aswell to have a back-button which lets you return to the previously extended section. I've done this before with the use of multiple child GUIs being hidden/shown, but that was taking too much out of the computer as I'll be working with 20+ windows/sections. What I've been testing so far is the following: #include "GUIExtender.au3" #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> $GUI = GUICreate("Test",500,300,-1,-1) _GUIExtender_Init($GUI, 1) $Back = GUICtrlCreateButton("Back",50,20,50,25) $Window1 = _GUIExtender_Section_Start(50, 500) _GUIExtender_Section_Action($Window1) $Button1 = GUICtrlCreateButton("Button1",100,100,100,30) _GUIExtender_Section_End() $Window2 = _GUIExtender_Section_Start(50, 500) _GUIExtender_Section_Action($Window2) $Button2 = GUICtrlCreateButton("Button2",150,100,100,30) _GUIExtender_Section_End() $Window3 = _GUIExtender_Section_Start(50, 500) _GUIExtender_Section_Action($Window3) $Button3 = GUICtrlCreateButton("Button3",250,100,100,30) _GUIExtender_Section_End() _GUIExtender_Section_Extend(0, False,0) _GUIExtender_Section_Extend($Window1, True,0) GUISetState() while 1 Switch GUIGetMsg() Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Exit case $Button1 _GUIExtender_Section_Extend(0, False,0) _GUIExtender_Section_Extend($Window2, True,0) case $Button2 _GUIExtender_Section_Extend(0, False,0) _GUIExtender_Section_Extend($Window3, True,0) case $Button3 _GUIExtender_Section_Extend(0, False,0) _GUIExtender_Section_Extend($Window1, True,0) case $Back EndSwitch WEnd When I just had 2 sections created the extend/retract worked as I think it should, which is hideing one and showing the other. But as I added the 3rd section by using the same terms as the precious 2 it's now having both section 2 & 3 extended at same time and somewhat linking them togeather, idk. I've tried to get the hang of this by the examples provided by Melba and by the UDF itself, but it seem like I got something wrong.. Best regards, zvvyt
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