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first question

how does this work

$butt_gun = GuiCtrlCreateButton("1",0,0,40,40, $BS_ICON)
GuiCtrlSetImage($butt_gun, "C:\ZzRPGFILESzZ\111.bmp")

and this dosent work?

$butt_ppl = GuiCtrlCreateButton("2",100,100,40,40, $BS_ICON)
GuiCtrlSetImage($butt_ppl, "C:\ZzRPGFILESzZ\wee.bmp")

because they are the same size 32,32

it shows just a normal button

i also replaced $BS_ICON with $BS_BITMAP and it still dosent work???

second i cant get the _RunDOS commmand 2 work do i need the beta version 4 it 2 work? cuz i tried _RunDOS(ipconfig /all) and it says unknown function

i did #include <Process.au3>


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1st: maybe you need to supply the bmp's and more of the script at list a trimmed down version of the script that doesn't work for you.

2nd: no you don't need beta

I suggest Run(@COMSPEC & ' /k ' & 'ipconfig /all')

Gary


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1st: maybe you need to supply the bmp's and more of the script at list a trimmed down version of the script that doesn't work for you.

2nd: no you don't need beta

I suggest Run(@COMSPEC & ' /k ' & 'ipconfig /all')

Gary

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

thanx ill post some of the script later but wat is this " /k" wats that do and in examples wats the "/C" means? C:\?

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second i cant get the _RunDOS commmand 2 work do i need the beta version 4 it 2 work? cuz i tried _RunDOS(ipconfig /all) and it says unknown function

i did #include <Process.au3>

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

You're missing quotes:

_runDOS("ipconfig /all")

thanx ill post some of the script later but wat is this " /k" wats that do and in examples wats the "/C" means? C:\?

/K means run the specified command and then go to a prompt, while /C means run the specified command and exit.

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