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Monty

Black spots on GUI

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Hi all,

I most of the time get black spots on a GUI that I created (please see image001 and image002).

At first I thought it may be that PC but happens on every PC that I have used at work and sometimes at home.

Due to some company restricted links and passwords, I am unable to share code or they will hang me up side down to 2 days (so sorry), but just wodering if anyone has experienced any similar issues and how was it resolved.

Thanks, Monty.

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No code, no solution, just guessing :D... my guess is that the background color of the checkbox is messed up. Is the "Callback hours" a label? If so, reduce the checkbox size to 13x13, check if you made wrong use of either GUICtrlSetBkColor() GUICtrlSetDefBkColor(). Or is there a rogue control somewhere in your GUI :D?

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Which version are you using exactly?

I remember that beta 3.3.1.0 had the same (or very similar) problem. See closed ticket #975. It was fixed with the current 3.3.1.1 beta and it is working fine with the current release 3.3.0.

Hope this helps.


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