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How to create a non-modal (modeless) dialog box

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c.haslam

How do I create a non-modal dialog box?


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GuiCreate()? Unless you specify otherwise in the style or extended-style options, it won't be modal. See the help file.

What did you try, and what did you want to come out different?

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I was beginning to write a converter from dialogs created with Koda to Corel Perfectscript code. I was thinking hard about the conversion process when it occurred to my overburdened brain that modal vs. non-modal might be an issue. Having found out that PerfectScript's dialog editor can export code to the Clipboard, the need for a converter has evaporated. My personal CPU activity having decreased from 100% to about 5%, I realize that my question was unwarranted. In fact, I now remember having a problem with a script involving multiple dialogs/forms where non-modal behavio(u)r was a problem, until I set a parent in GUICreate(). Thanks for replying to my query.


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