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  1. 1. GuiCtrlCreatePic without image

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If it's possible to change the picture associated with such a control then I don't see any reason why a 'blank' control can't be supported.

But then I really don't have much experience with AutoIt GUI building.

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GUICtrlCreatePic/Icon without specifying an image?

Yes, I'm a supporter of this idea, because sometimes can be useful. ;)

> Some comments about this...(Post related)

I was for sure having your proposal in mind.

I just want to simplify with no display at all if it does break any script or at least have the incompatibilty accepted

It is not enough to say I like it. The incompatibility issue must be argumented.

I know your proposal was safe because something will be displayed

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If a picture is not supplied (e.g. "") I suppose we could use a default height /width or specified height and width and fill it with an empty CreateCompatibleBMP or something of that sort. right? I will go looky...

Lar.

Right..that sounds fine. thxs. ;)

Here could be applied the case of using the default keyword.

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At first I was like, "wahhh" to this idea. But now I'm in favor. Josbe serves a good point.

Ps,

Josbe, I love the colors on your avatar, it always is the first thing I look at because it's a good eye catcher. Good eye catcher = good work ! Keep it up ;)

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If a picture is not supplied (e.g. "") I suppose we could use a default height /width or specified height and width and fill it with an empty CreateCompatibleBMP or something of that sort. right? I will go looky...

Lar.

Thanks Larry I like no oversize as an internal BMP to AUtoIt size. I will do something for 3.1.1.84 ;)
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