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SOLVED:My own gui style!!!

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Welcome.

I want to create my own transparent style to the program.

Maybe some suggestions.

I want to use png.

To be my window of the program. and that you could normally add buttons, text...

I have this code but I can not display buttons:

FileInstall('testgui.png', "tlo.png",0); use this To install ur GUI Image When you compile ur Script
FileInstall('grey.gif', "grey.gif",0); use this To install ur GUI Image When you compile ur Script

$MY_GUIIMAGE = 'tlo.png'
$MY_GUIIMAGE2 = 'grey.gif'

#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <UDF_Skin_GUI.au3>
Opt("GUIOnEventMode", 1); Change to OnEvent mode
HotKeySet('{esc}','CLOSEClicked'); ALT+1 Show / Hode Gui to tray


#Region ### START Koda GUI section ### Form=
$Form1 = _UDF_SKINGUI_MAKE('Form1')

    $Button1 =  _UDF_SKINGUI_BUTTON(0x000000,0xD0DAF1,"Button1", 68, 128, 75, 25);~ [T_Color],[BG_Color],[Text],[LEFT],[TOP],[WIDTH],[HEIGHT]
                _UDF_SKINGUI_Checkbox(0x000000,0xD0DAF1,"Checkbox1", 46, 80, 97, 17,-1);~ [T_Color],[BG_Color],[Text],[LEFT],[TOP],[WIDTH],[HEIGHT],[State -1 = Checkked / State 0 = UNCheckked ]
                _UDF_SKINGUI_label(0x000000,'Hit Esc To exit',40, 56, 86, 17);~ [T_Color],[Text],[LEFT],[TOP],[WIDTH],[HEIGHT]
                _UDF_SKINGUI_RADIO(0x000000,0xD0DAF1,"Radio1", 68, 104, 80, 17,0);~ [T_Color],[BG_Color],[Text],[LEFT],[TOP],[WIDTH],[HEIGHT],[State -1 = Checkked / State 0 = UNCheckked ]
                GUICtrlCreateList("", 172, 56, 129, 97)

GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)
#EndRegion ### END Koda GUI section ###

; GUI events
GUICtrlSetOnEvent($Button1, "_Buttonclick")


;~ =======================================
Func _Buttonclick()
        MsgBox(0,'','You hit The button')
EndFunc
;~ =======================================
Func CLOSEClicked()
    _UDF_SKINGUI_DELETE($Form1)
  Exit
EndFunc
;~ =======================================
While 1
    Sleep(1000); Idle around
WEnd
Edited by jacq

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

you can make the png be the backround of the window

GUICtrlCreatePic

Edited by gcue

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