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loychung

Input boxes can only be "tab" around?

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Dear All,

I created a simple script with 4 input boxes. When it executes and wait for input, I can only move around the input boxes with "tab" key, I cannot freely move between boxes with mouse click randomly to any one of them as I wish, any ideas? Or I have to write more code to give focus unsing $Gui_Event_PrimaryDown, or using UDF Is_Pressed to find out the the current windows control ID, X, Y position etc etc.........

TIA.

#include <guiconstants.au3>
#include <string.au3>

GuiCreate('SQL replications', 560, 240)

GUICtrlCreateLabel('Please enter the name of the primary database server :', 10, 10, 450, 20, -1)
;GUICtrlSetFont(-1, 9, 700)
$InputPriDBServer = GuiCtrlCreateInput('',345,7,180,20,0x18)

; Creates the password box with blured input
GUICtrlCreateLabel('Please enter the sa password for this server :',10, 30, 450, 20, -1)
$InputPass = GuiCtrlCreateInput('',345,27,180,20,0x20)

GUICtrlCreateLabel('Please enter the name of the backup database server :', 10, 60, 450, 20, -1)
$InputBakDBServer = GuiCtrlCreateInput('',345,57,180,20,0x18)

GUICtrlCreateLabel('Please enter the sa password for this server :',10, 80, 450, 20, -1)
$InputPass = GuiCtrlCreateInput('',345,77,180,20,0x20)

$Button_Exit = GUICtrlCreateButton("&Cancel", 15,150,40, 30)
$Button_Execute = GUICtrlCreateButton("&Finish", 65,150,40, 30)


GuiSetState()


While 1
    Dim $msg = GUIGetMsg()
    Select
        Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
            Exit        
        Case $msg = $Button_Exit
            Exit
        Case $msg = $Button_Execute
            MsgBox(0, "Install", "Will gather the info, write to a file .")
            Exit
        
    EndSelect
WEnd
Edited by loychung

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Show us the code or an example so we can figure out the problem and give suggestions

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Show us the code or an example so we can figure out the problem and give suggestions

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Thanks all for viewing, I figured it out my "mistake", it was because the size of the label box overlaping the input box, almost 60% of the input box, thus when the mouse cursor is in the overlaping area, the cursor cannot be click for input focus. Figure it out with the Window Info tool.

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Great.....

and sorry I did not see the code after your edit of the original topic

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