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  1. Hello there! The idea I'm having is the following: To have a GUI with the left half scrollable and to have a background image which is "fixed" and won't be moved with the scrolling. To do this I've so far come up with: Placing the backgrond image onto a parent GUI Creating a child GUI to the parent, ontop of the left half of the parent Using "GUIScrollbars_Ex.au3" to easy insert my scrollbars into the child gui The problem I'm having is that the background image places itself ontop of the child GUI, making the child not visible. I have tried placing the same background image into the child GUI to recieve the same result I want, but by doing so the image will move with my scrolling. (The right half of the parent is covered by another image, so that's why I'm able of placing the same background image into the child GUI) If I'm somehow able of placing the background image "behind" the child GUI I could use either a transparent .GIF or .PNG to make the child window show the image aswell as my controls. Any direct thoughts about this, or do you need me to post some of the code? Best regards,
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