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I've added two simple function to the great GuiBuilder from CyberSlug to make it possible to save & reload guis created with this tool.

I've made these modification for my personal use and I like to share with you.

Hope you like it.

To use the new version, unzip in a different folder (eg: GuiBuilder_1) and double click on GuiBuilder_1.exe.

Try to load Test.agd (agd stands for AutoIt Gui Definition), make some changes and save. Then Re-open and look.

As always, any feedback/suggestion/criticism/bug report is welcome.

Roy :)

EDIT: 21/06/2005 Added GuiBuilder_1 in File Manager (see link below)



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Does the GUIBuilder line up with the picture in the bg? Last time I looked at it, it didnt line up properly.


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Great Work :)

I've really wanted to work on this project but haven't had time.  Thanks for the enhancements!


Thank you CyberSlug, I really appreciate your feedbak.

Roy :evil:

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@roy: Very well. :evil:

What do you think about the recently added ActiveX feature for GUIBuilder?


If you are asking me, I must admit I have not followed AutoIt development very closely these past few weeks :)

I just checked this thread for updates. Looks good

Use Mozilla | Take a look at My Disorganized AutoIt stuff | Very very old: AutoBuilder 11 Jan 2005 prototype I need to update my sig!
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You guys seem too busy...so I guess I'll help out.

Here is an update of GUIBuilder with Updown control.

It's not perfect, but you can test it and fix it or I will if you find a bug.

I'll try to work on adding the other missing controls and COM components in my spare time.

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