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  1. This script is an alternative (improvement) to the script published at this link (www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/186225-interesting-effect-with-transparency). In that post a flash animation was used and therefore you need the flash player to work, while here only javascript is used. Here, too, the aim is to show an interesting effect that can be obtained by exploiting transparency, but can also be used as it is just for fun. The animation consists of some fish wandering around the screen. You can continue working on the computer by letting them swim. The javascript source was not writt
  2. (This example uses a "flash" animation and therefore needs the "flash player" to work. Since "flash player" is discontinued and no longer present on many systems, this script may not work. I have therefore prepared a new script which does not use flash, but is based only on javascript. You can find it in this new post: www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/206853-aquarium) If you set within a window, a given color as transparent, every area of that window painted with that color, act as an hole through wich you can see what's behind, and click on what's behind as well. What's funny is that i
  3. hi guys i am using imagesearch2015 library. (used another one before) but transparency parameter doesn't working. how i can solve this problem. here's my code #include "ImageSearch2015.au3" #include <Date.au3> ; Script Start - Add your code below here Global $x = 0 Global $y = 0 HotKeySet("{UP}","hey") HotKeySet("{DOWN}","heyo") Func hey() $balikcisaniye = _Date_Time_GetTickCount() $array = _ImageSearchArea("bul.bmp", 1, 0, 0, @DesktopWidth, @DesktopHeight, $x, $y, 2,0x000000) if($arra
  4. The following script, thanks largely to @UEZ, displays the attached PNG image on the Windows Desktop. It perfectly renders the sticky note's shadow over whatever's in the background. But here's the catch: I would like to add a line of text, fetched from a variable and using a font of my choice, atop the sticky note. It needs to be part of the same GUI because the sticky note can be dragged and placed anywhere on the screen. Will someone here show me how to add just the additional code needed to accomplish my goal? I have tried sporadically for two years to merge in code fro
  5. After UEZ helped me with the Countdown Timer his techniques seemed perfect for displaying individual images with transparency. One thing led to another and here's the resulting script. Download the attached zip file and place the 5 PNG files in the same folder as this script. I did not embed the images in the script, to make the script easier to read and so you can see the actual images used. In my opinion the ultimate next step would be to add the ability to play animated GIFs, still with transparency if that's possible. Enjoy! (with much gratitude to UEZ for his help) ; Functions cod
  6. The following demo script, drawn largely from examples by @UEZ, lets me display colored text over a transparent background using my choice of font, type size, etc. It is a single function (out of many) in the project I'm scripting, but it is crucial to my goal of displaying messages in an interesting way (IMHO). (For the purpose of this forum post it displays a single string variable; my actual project script reads a number of possible messages from a text file into an array and then chooses the messages to be displayed based on stuff that happens in the course of someone using my pro
  7. Is there a piece of code to fade out buttons? Like WinSetTrans but for GUICtrls
  8. I found the following code in a forum post by newbiescripter, which displays a transparent gif "crosshair". #include <WindowsConstants.au3> $x = @DesktopWidth/2 - 13/2 $y = @DesktopHeight/2 - 13/2 GUICreate("", 13, 13, $x, $y, $WS_POPUP, BitOR($WS_EX_LAYERED, $WS_EX_TOOLWINDOW, $WS_EX_TOPMOST)) GUICtrlCreatePic("target.gif",0,0,13,13) GUISetState() Sleep(3000) It works great... with the gif file included in newbiescripter's post. I was able to modify the gif in CS6 for my needs but I'm really curious why another gif that I created from scratch in CS6 does not display with transpare
  9. My originaly script where I was noticing this issue was quite long, so I trimmed it down considerably (93 lines to 5) to show the example issue. From what I've noticed in related topics, it's never really been solved (at least from my searches), and it unfortunately seems to not show up on all machines. Description: It seems that when using GUICtrlCreatePic() alongside GuiSetBkColor() the embedded image will get transparent artifacts. It seems as though it's light colors only - as to what colors/shades, I cannot say. Other topics: March 2012: -- April 2010 -- July 2012 -- (not actually so
  10. Hello! Is it possible to make the background of a tab transparent to f.ex show the backgroundimage of a underlying GUI? According to the help-file the GUICtrlSetBkColor(-1,$GUI_BKCOLOR_TRANSPARENT) don't work w/ GUICtrlCreateTab It won't do to just set the image to show inside of the tabs instead of this. Any suggestions or solution if this is possible? I saw that this had been asked on the forums a few years back, but that problem didn't get solved. Best regards, zvvyt
  11. Hi I am trying to embed an icon control and an AVI control in the status bar but the problem is they won't retain their transparency. An example: #include <GuiStatusBar.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> Global $WindowMain = GUICreate("Example", 351, 176, -1, -1) GUISetBkColor( 0xDDDDDD, $WindowMain ) Global $Statusbar = _GUICtrlStatusBar_Create($WindowMain) Global $Statusbar_PartsWidth[2] = [324, -1] _GUICtrlStatusBar_SetParts($Statusbar, $Statusbar_PartsWidth) _GUICtrlStatusBar_SetText($Statusbar, "", 0) _GUICtrlStatusBar_SetText($Statusbar, "", 1) _GUICtrlStatusBar_Set
  12. Hi there.. I want to work on a image review tool. The basic idea of this tool is to review some GUI applications (developed in any language) and give comments to the developer with reference to the part of the GUI, I am making comment on. The final report with comments needs to be in MS Excel. My idea is first run the application under review and get the GUI. Then using AutoIT place a transperant layer over it (could be on whole of the desktop size also) then mark a rectangle with a cross mouse icon on interested area, get the image of that area from the GUI beneath the transparent layer
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