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How do I use #AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_File_Add=

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PartyPooper

As the topic title states, how do I use #AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_File_Add= to include an image in my compiled exe and display it using the GUICtrlCreatePic keyword?

I don't wish to use FileInstall() because I don't want to have to install the JPG picture on the users disk, nor do I wish to be forced to include Zedna's complicated resource.au3 for something as simple as displaying a JPG on a GUI.

I was hoping it would be as simple as the following but it didn't work:

#AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_File_Add=..\Pictures\myfantastic.jpg

...

GUICtrlCreatePic("", 10, 30)

GUICtrlSetImage(-1, @ScriptFullPath, "myfantastic.jpg")

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Zedna

For such simple case you don't need to use whole my Resources UDF (it's general purpose for more type of uses).

Just use some simple API calls from it.

In this your example:

WinAPI_LoadImage() + GUICtrlSendMsg+STM_SETIMAGE

There are examples on this forum for this.

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UEZ

To load an image from a binary string search for "load_bmp_from_mem".

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PartyPooper

Thanks Zedna, I'll check them out.

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