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Stupid question about autobuilder

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hi,

just a silly question,

i've have designed a nice gui with autobuilder.

i need to resize buttons and wondering how to open a previously saved gui with autobuilder.

may the function is missing as cyberslug is still busy and havent got time to update

its wonderfull autobuilder software

thx for your reply.

:)

Plan for AutoBuilder - 10 Oct 2004 - CyberSlug

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Core Goals:

- Provide a VisualBasic-like GUI for drawing an AutoIt GUIs (create/move/resize controls)

- Generate AutoIt code from the user-created GUI

- Allow user to save and open GUIs created with AutoBuilder

- Support all controls that AutoIt supports

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Core Goals:

- Provide a VisualBasic-like GUI for drawing an AutoIt GUIs (create/move/resize controls)

- Generate AutoIt code from the user-created GUI

- Allow user to save and open GUIs created with AutoBuilder

- Support all controls that AutoIt supports

bshoenhair is right.

I think your last wish of Core Goals may come true, one day. Let's just hope CS can achieve that much at least, for us. :)

The rest may need a team?

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cyberslug should start a team.


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