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Gui Set Parent.. Slide Child.

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#include <GDIPlus.au3>
#include <WindowsConstants.au3>
#include <GuiConstantsEx.au3>
$X = 300
$Y = 300
$ParenT = GUICreate("", $X, $Y, -1, -1, $WS_POPUP)
$ChilD = GUICreate("", $X, $Y, $X, $Y, $WS_POPUP)
_WinAPI_SetParent($ChilD, $ParenT)
$PPos = WinGetPos($ParenT)
$PosWidth= -$X /200
$PosHeight= -$Y /200
For $dr = 1 To 200
$dx = ($PosWidth * $dr)+ ($PPos[0]+$X)
$dy = ($PosHeight * $dr)+ ($PPos[1]+$Y)
WinMove($ChilD, "", $dx, $dy)
While 1
$msg = GUIGetMsg()
Switch $Msg

I have search everything in this forum.. And i have try this script in windows Xp. Work In windows Xp..

But when i try in windows 7. slide child gui not work..

I made ​​it for 3 days more "Because i New In AutoIt" and has learn from the examples script in this forum. I think I've work out the script But when i try in windows 7 slide child gui not work. If I delete _WinAPI_SetParent($ChilD, $ParenT) slide child gui work in windows 7.. but not according to what I want.

What's wrong..??


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Its maybe a Bug

Try to set the parent using GUICreate

or this code _WinAPI_SetWindowLong( $ParenT,$GWL_HWNDPARENT,$ChilD)

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