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Compile .bmp's into the script?

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GraaF1337

Hello! Im currently using this way to have .bmps in my script:

InetGet("********.com", @TempDir & "\Close3.bmp", 1, 0)
$Close = GUICtrlCreatePic(@TempDir & "\Close3.bmp", $Width - 19, 3, 8, 8)

But it requires the user to download the .bmp instead of it just being compiled into the script.

 

So i was wondering is it possible to compile it into the script it self? ;)

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Melba23

GraaF1337,

A couple of possibilities to get images into a compiled .exe: :)

 

1. FileInstall. This places a copy of a file in your .exe which you can load onto the user's machine and then use from within your script. Read the Help file carefully and search for the many forum threads.

2. Zedna's Resources UDF (here) or guinness' more advanced ResourcesEx UDF (here). These are more complicated to use, but allow you to use files stored in your .exe without having to copy them onto the user's machine. It requires more effort from the coder to get everything into the .exe, but does have the advantage of not having to load files onto a new machine - everything is self-contained. If you want to use this you MUST read the threads carefully and try out the examples - the UDFs are not difficult to use, but if you do not take the trouble to learn how to use them properly, you will have problems.

I would recommend trying FileInstall first - if you can get what you want that way it is far simpler. ;)

M23


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GraaF1337

GraaF1337,

A couple of possibilities to get images into a compiled .exe: :)

 

1. FileInstall. This places a copy of a file in your .exe which you can load onto the user's machine and then use from within your script. Read the Help file carefully and search for the many forum threads.

2. Zedna's Resources UDF (here) or guinness' more advanced ResourcesEx UDF (here). These are more complicated to use, but allow you to use files stored in your .exe without having to copy them onto the user's machine. It requires more effort from the coder to get everything into the .exe, but does have the advantage of not having to load files onto a new machine - everything is self-contained. If you want to use this you MUST read the threads carefully and try out the examples - the UDFs are not difficult to use, but if you do not take the trouble to learn how to use them properly, you will have problems.

I would recommend trying FileInstall first - if you can get what you want that way it is far simpler. ;)

M23

 

Thank you very much ill look into FileInstall and then the UDF's ;)!

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UEZ

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3. embedd the bitmap directly into your script by encoding the data to base64 or binary string ->

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