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Okay, so here's what I'm dealing with:

I'm having a series of icons created from separate GuiCtrlCreateIcon-controls. All them each have a unique icon-name/number to icons inside a .dll.

What I'd like to achieve here is to be able of reading that name/number once the icon has been clicked with f.ex. a GuiCtrlRead-command or so.

Why I want this done is because I'm then going to use that number in a IniRead-function where that number will be a key with a certain value, so basicly "linking" that icon to that key/line in the .ini.

Is this achieveable, or would it just be easier to use a $n = n and then set GuiCtrlCreateIcon(".dll",$n,..,..,..,..) for each icon-control?

Thanks in advance!

Best regards,

zvvyt

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