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I have read documentation and Googled until I am blue in the face. All the documentation I can find is:

@SW_DISABLE = Disables the window

@SW_ENABLE = Enables the window

Can anyone shed a little more light? What is a "disabled" and "enabled" Window? I struggle with the documentation. Is this posted somewhere and I just haven't looked in the right place?

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Test it yourself and you will see what it does : it disables the window so you can not select it/interact with. To reverse the state you use enable.

It can be useful when you want the user to focus only to one GUI, and not others (from the same script).

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