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Quick question. Is it possible to declare a picture as a variable WITHOUT it showing up when you run the program? :whistle:

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Yes u can.

example

Create Pic Hide It

Wait 3 secs then show it

$testbox = GUICtrlCreatePic("C:\test.jpg",200,70,200,100)
    GuictrlSetState($testbox,$GUI_HIDE)
    Sleep(3000)
    GuictrlSetState($testbox,$GUI_SHOW)

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Yes u can.

example

Create Pic Hide It

Wait 3 secs then show it

$testbox = GUICtrlCreatePic("C:\test.jpg",200,70,200,100)
    GuictrlSetState($testbox,$GUI_HIDE)
    Sleep(3000)
    GuictrlSetState($testbox,$GUI_SHOW)

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I guess that'll do... not quite what I had in mind. Thanks though, it is of use. :whistle:

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I guess that'll do... not quite what I had in mind. Thanks though, it is of use.  :whistle:

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What did u want to do?

My example was just a quick context of declaring the pic. hiding it then showing 3 seconds later.

Clarify better what you need & and i may be able to help.

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