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hello everybody

I'm working with GUI windows

I wanna set a label or text ... etc and use it as a button

i.e : a button without the shape , only the text

please help me


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Global $CtrlLable = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Click me!", 50, 30, 200)
While 1
    Switch GUIGetMsg()
        Case -3
        Case $CtrlLable
            MsgBox(0,"Error","The clicked text is not a button." & @CRLF & "Please refrain from clicking")

Most controls can be used as a button, including standard lables.

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thanks so much for the help :graduated:

that's what I need

but there is something remained :

- how can I make the cursor as hand click ???

- where can I find what numbers mean like -3 ??

thanks again

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-3 is the value of the Constant $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE. Sometimes we just don't bother with including the constants file and just enter the value instead. For the cursor

GUICtrlSetCursor($CtrlLabel, 16, 1)
It's in the help file.


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