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How do I get the filename of the currently applied .msstyle?

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Hello,

How would I get the filename of the currently applied .msstyle and the thickness(in pixels)of the window border?


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Valdersapiens,

You get the border thickness - and many other system wide values - through _WinAPI_GetSystemMetrics(). Use MSDN to get the parameter you require - there is a link on the Help file page. For example, a non-resizeable GUI border is found via SM_CYDLGFRAME (= 8). :)

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Oh and by .msstyle I meant Visual Style filename path...and getting the theme filename path would be handy too...wouldn't have anything to do with the UxTheme DLL would it?

UxTheme functions here...


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Oh and the value only gives me 3 when the window border is set to 4...any ideas?


Try Pacfox, my Firefox theme.Try Power Eject, my windows gadget that allows you to eject most drives.Using AutoIt 3.3.4.0, Windows 7 Premium, Intel Core 2 Quad CPU @ 2.66ghz, 4gb RAM, Nvidia GeForce 9500GT Graphics Card & Samsung 22" Monitor.

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Come on! There must be a way to get the theme/visual style applied...if windows can do it, why can't AutoIt? Or is it part of an undocumented API?


Try Pacfox, my Firefox theme.Try Power Eject, my windows gadget that allows you to eject most drives.Using AutoIt 3.3.4.0, Windows 7 Premium, Intel Core 2 Quad CPU @ 2.66ghz, 4gb RAM, Nvidia GeForce 9500GT Graphics Card & Samsung 22" Monitor.

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