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Howto - Put a label on any child GUI

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Ok, in short, I have a GUI with 2 child GUI's. In my code, I want to be able to create a label in any child GUI but I don't see how to assign the label to a specific CHILD GUI. It defaults to one but I need to have it in another.

Is there a way to assign a label to another child GUI??


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Use 'GUISwitch($ChildWinHandle)' before creating the control.


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Too Easy, OMG!!!

Thanks a million!

What projects have you made? I'd be interested if you have any big projects.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

What projects have you made? I'd be interested if you have any big projects.

Pretty much just things for around my workplace, automating software in a way that people using it wont have to know how to use it, nothing that i could really post here. Biggest one i think is the first one i done at around 4500 lines but part of the reason it so big is because it's badly written being my first :party:.

Probably the largest thing i posted in the forum could be this.

I mostly just challenge myself to other peoples problems :P and learn from them myself :mellow: .

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I mostly just challenge myself to other peoples problems and learn from them myself .

its one of the ways that i've learned.

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You can also just create the label in the Child window by declaring after that window is created

$Frm_main = GUICreate("")

;;Create some controls

$Frm_Child1 = GUICreate(...........

;;Create the controls you want appearing on this window

$Frm_Child2 = GUICreate(..........

;;Create the controls you want appearing on this window

Then appropriate controls will only display when that child window is displayed with GUISetState(@SW_SHOW, child window)


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