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Guillermo

How to bring FileOpenDialog() to the foreground

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$glos1 = FileOpenDialog("Select Main Glossary", "::{450D8FBA-AD25-11D0-98A8-0800361B1103}", "Plain Text (*.txt)", 3)

If I use that in my script, for no apparent reason the open dialog opens in the background. How can I give it the focus?

If tried WinActivate(), but it seems that FileOpenDialog() pauses execution until it gets feedback from the user... B)

Guillermo

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Hi!

Yes, your script is paused if you have a fileOpenDialog open.

You could run another script, that just has the line "WinActivate("File Open")" in it.

Otherwise you could post your code, so that we can have a look on it.

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I had that problem and solved it by using WinSetOnTop ( $title, "", 0 ). This prevents the GUI from always being on top.

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