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Comiled GUI different then test run GUI?

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hounder

so im trying to figure out why this is, its probably posted here somewhere, but ive searched and havent found anything. anyways, my problem is that when i run my script in scite as a test run it gives me a nice styled gui that i like, but when compiled it gives me this nasty boxy looking gui, what gives?

heres what i mean:

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the top button set is an example of the test run gui, and the bottom the compiled gui.

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hounder

seems if i tick "compile as x86" rather then x64, the GUI is fine, anyone have an explation for this? or how i could compile as an x64 exe and still save the gui?

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trancexx

seems if i tick "compile as x86" rather then x64, the GUI is fine, anyone have an explation for this? or how i could compile as an x64 exe and still save the gui?

Manifest resource is missing from your executable. Relevant part there is line:
version="6.0.0.0"
. It's saying use comctl32.dll version 6 if available. Could be AutoIt bug (has happened before).

What's your AutoIt?

You can always add it manually, btw.


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hounder

Manifest resource is missing from your executable. Relevant part there is line:

version="6.0.0.0"
. It's saying use comctl32.dll version 6 if available. Could be AutoIt bug (has happened before).

What's your AutoIt?

You can always add it manually, btw.

so how do i go about fixing this? im using the latest version of autoit btw. Edited by hounder

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AdmiralAlkex

im using the latest version of autoit btw.

I don't think so, things look ok when I compile.

Tell us what version you have:

ConsoleWrite(@AutoItVersion & @CRLF)

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