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GuiCtrlPicButton Simulate Reaction

A simple example for simulate reaction of buttons created with GUICtrlCreatePic who by default don't react when are pressed or when mouse is over
( and also for avoid the use of big multi dimensional arrays as i already done by the past )
If you want to create your own buttons as those i have used in script try chimply.com website, it's free !


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example 1

GuiCtrlPicButton_SimulateReaction+Files.au3

 

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example 2

Digicode 1.0.0.1.au3

 

Buttons are included in script.

Hope it can help !

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BrewManNH

Very nice and simple method, definitely a keeper snippet.


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wakillon

Pretty cool. :)

For me though, button click still registers even if checkbox is unchecked.

Thanks JohnOne

The fact you see buttons reaction in console is normal, it's only the button position changes who are canceled when unchecked ;)


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wakillon

Very nice and simple method, definitely a keeper snippet.

Thanks BrewManNH

You are right, simplest solutions are often the best :D


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JohnOne

Thanks JohnOne

The fact you see buttons reaction in console is normal, it's only the button position changes who are canceled when unchecked ;)

Ah I see, thought consolewrite was in if condition.

One suggestion, have you tried to see how it looks if the button stays enlarged while the mouse is over it?

It could seem to some like the button has actually been clicked as it is.


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wakillon

wow........such a beauti i have never seen.

After see this. i can never stop himself to check your hole signature.

 

:D Thanks !


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