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OMG Thankyou soo much! I was able to simply modify the old functions that added text to the splash screen with the control of the GUI label and all worked well! This project just got interesting, even if it does nothing :(:(

Is there a way to set the background color and text (if it's not in the manual... haven't looked yet for the font color) of a splashscreen? I'm quite unhappy with the gray background. Compared the rest of my app it's very drab.

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Is there a way to set the background color and text (if it's not in the manual... haven't looked yet for the font color) of a splashscreen? I'm quite unhappy with the gray background. Compared the rest of my app it's very drab.

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Perhaps create a splah with GUI functions you can have a better coloring management :(

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Yeah, but w/ the GUI there is no way to hide the toolbar titlebar at the top of the window. I need the whole @desktopwidth, @desktopheight range to be black. I did try fiddling with GUI functions but that prooved feeble and brought me no where...


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Yeah, but w/ the GUI there is no way to hide the toolbar titlebar at the top of the window. I need the whole @desktopwidth, @desktopheight range to be black.  I did try fiddling with GUI functions but that prooved feeble and brought me no where...

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You want a black screen:

GUICreate('', @DesktopWidth, @DesktopHeight, 0, 0, 0x80880000)
GUISetBkColor(0x00000000)
GUISetState()
Sleep(5000)

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Yeah, but w/ the GUI there is no way to hide the toolbar titlebar at the top of the window. I need the whole @desktopwidth, @desktopheight range to be black.  I did try fiddling with GUI functions but that prooved feeble and brought me no where...

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Yes you can hide the toolbar titlebar just use the correct style at GUICreate :(

#include <GuiConstants.au3>
GuiCreate("splash",100,50,-1,-1,$WS_POPUP)
GuiSetState()
sleep(5000)

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