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Hawkysoft

So is it actually possible to change all colors at once? so the gui itself tabs/buttons/edit box's etc.? Or do I need to do it all manually for every type? same as for the text color btw

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BrewManNH

Normally tabs, radio buttons, and  checkboxes aren't able to be colored, but for everything else you could try GUICtrlSetDefBkColor and GUICtrlSetDefColor which sets the colors for most other controls.


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Hawkysoft

Normally tabs, radio buttons, and  checkboxes aren't able to be colored, but for everything else you could try GUICtrlSetDefBkColor and GUICtrlSetDefColor which sets the colors for most other controls.

 

thanks, i'll most likely not do it at all besides the edit box's than

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