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How can I run while msgbox is running?

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Hi all. How can I run code while msgbox is showing? I've searched very but I haven't found. Thanks for your help in advance.

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MsgBox is a blocking function. Means it waits until the user presses a button or the display timeout has expired.

What kind of information do you want to display? Is a user interaction needed?

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sanaldosya,

If you use my ExtMsgBox UDF (the link is in my sig) you can continue the script while the dialog is displayed - or you could search for Yashied's NotifyBox UDF. :)

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MsgBox is a blocking function. Means it waits until the user presses a button or the display timeout has expired.

What kind of information do you want to display? Is a user interaction needed?

I want alarm sound is playing continuously. When we click Ok button, alarm will stop.

Thanks to everyone. I've solved the problem with use /AutoIt3ExecuteLine. 

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I want alarm sound is playing continuously. When we click Ok button, alarm will stop.

 

Thanks to everyone. I've solved the problem with use /AutoIt3ExecuteLine.

make sure you use the #pragma statement to also allow this when compiled.

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

I was reading >this old post about moving a msgbox(), and what seems interesting to me is that instead of executing an "external" script to show the msgbox(), this one (according to the explanation given >here) should move the msgbox() from within the same script using the SetTimer function that, unlike the AdlibRegister(), it shouldn't stop during the showing of the MsgBox().
Unfortunately the code of the first topic is corrupted.

Does someone knows how to restore that code or how to achieve that result.
Thanks

edit:
sorry, reading better I realized that this is offtopic
I will move this to a new >topic.

Edited by Chimp

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