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Hello i want to know if i can make a GUI in Photoshop trial version and code it in AutoIt

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Hello :) I want to begin in AutoIt. But i have already a project in my mind. Something really simple and i know that what i need to learn it's not something difficult (I already coded in AutoIt the last year but i stopped [i didn't forgot everything] ) . I want to know if i make a GUI on Photoshop CC Trial Version , can i Code it in AutoIt ? I want to make a GUI with transparence places . Like Linux Live Usb's' Gui. I'm sorry for my english i'm french .I hope you try to understand my question . Thanks

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Je ne sais pas avec certitude si les fonctions du contrôle AutoIt (ControlSend et / ou ControlClick) fonctionnent bien avec Photoshop, mais je suis sûr qu'ils vont travailler très bien, et donc une interface graphique pourrait être faite pour ce programme. Il ya aussi une fonction AutoIt nommé WinSetTrans (qui ne fonctionne qu'avec Windows 2000/XP et plus tard) qui pourrait être utilisé pour définir n'importe quel montant de transparence est recherché pour le programme GUI.

Bienvenue sur le Forum, et bonne chance avec votre projet!

BTW, je ne parle pas français (bien que je ne peux minimalement lire), je viens d'utiliser translate.google, pour peut-être vous aider à mieux comprendre.

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I don't know for certain if the AutoIT Control (ControlSend and/or ControlClick) functions work well with Photoshop, but I'm pretty sure that they will work just fine, and so a GUI could be made for that program. There is also an AutoIT function named WinSetTrans (that only works with Windows 2000/XP and later) that could be used to set whatever amount of transparency is wanted for the GUI program.

Welcome to the Forum, and good luck with your project!

BTW, I don't speak French (although I can minimally read it), I just used translate.google, to maybe help you understand better.


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Je ne sais pas avec certitude si les fonctions du contrôle AutoIt (ControlSend et / ou ControlClick) fonctionnent bien avec Photoshop, mais je suis sûr qu'ils vont travailler très bien, et donc une interface graphique pourrait être faite pour ce programme. Il ya aussi une fonction AutoIt nommé WinSetTrans (qui ne fonctionne qu'avec Windows 2000/XP et plus tard) qui pourrait être utilisé pour définir n'importe quel montant de transparence est recherché pour le programme GUI.

Bienvenue sur le Forum, et bonne chance avec votre projet!

BTW, je ne parle pas français (bien que je ne peux minimalement lire), je viens d'utiliser translate.google, pour peut-être vous aider à mieux comprendre.

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I don't know for certain if the AutoIT Control (ControlSend and/or ControlClick) functions work well with Photoshop, but I'm pretty sure that they will work just fine, and so a GUI could be made for that program. There is also an AutoIT function named WinSetTrans (that only works with Windows 2000/XP and later) that could be used to set whatever amount of transparency is wanted for the GUI program.

Welcome to the Forum, and good luck with your project!

BTW, I don't speak French (although I can minimally read it), I just used translate.google, to maybe help you understand better.

Thanks :) The translation was perfect this time :) I hope i can complete my Project. Koda can accept the transparence . But it's really bad. I'll try to learn more about these fonctions that you showed me :)

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And i don't need the transparancy for the program. I need to make a rounded GUI , and separate de Header and the App. That's it :)

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

you can use images for the look of your GUI - WS_EX_LAYERED | _WinAPI_UpdateLayeredWindow

Search the FORUM for the text above in bold to get some examples.

you can create a round rect GUI using HRGN functions with _WinAPI_SetWindowRgn

Search the help file for the text above in bold to get the example.

Plus : If you can give a snapshot of the look of the GUI today, I can provide an example hopefully 

Regards :)

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you can use images for the look of your GUI - WS_EX_LAYERED | _WinAPI_UpdateLayeredWindow

Search the FORUM for the text above in bold to get some examples.

you can create a round rect GUI using HRGN functions with _WinAPI_SetWindowRgn

Search the help file for the text above in bold to get the example.

Plus : If you can give a snapshot of the look of the GUI today, I can provide an example hopefully 

Regards :)

 

I work on the GUI but i'm only in the sketch now and i don't want to finish the sketch if i can't code it  . But for my GUI i'll use exactly the same options used here . a free space beetween the Header and the core , a little of transparancy . 

If you can help me. I really want to do this project . I hope you help me again thanks.

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Thanks :) That will help me for the rounded corner . But if the  PNG has already rounded corner . And there is a Space  beetween the Header and the Core  . Like the picture i showed u . What can i do ?

 

The app is like

[HEADER]

[CORE] 

Not

[HEADER]

[CORE]

It's exactly like the LinuxLiveUsb GUI. but with only 2 part. 

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I posted an example of how to do this with a picture as the GUI background in >this topic. There's a link to the pic that I use as the background image in that post as well. The only thing you need to worry about is that the color in the 0,0 position of the image will be what sets the transparent parts of the gui. In this image I used a brown color just as an example, it can be any color, as long as it's one that you want to be transparent.


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Thank you :) . That's what i want for my GUI . 

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