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I am using the following code to create a Gui and a progress bar that I can minimize:

Global $Home = GUICreate("Intake", 1366,768, 192, 114, BitOR($WS_MAXIMIZEBOX,$WS_MINIMIZEBOX))

ProgressOn("Processing...", "Backing up", "Please wait...", 0, 0, $DLG_MOVEABLE + $DLG_NOTONTOP)

 

This works, but the part that I'm trying to fix is that there is a GUI where you press the button to kick off the progress and I'm wondering if there is a way to nest the progress bar into that gui so its movable, but when I minimize the GUI, the progress window also minimized (same for if its clicked... pull both the GUI and progress window up together). Right now, I get the Gui window and no Progress window on the task bar, but when I alt+Tab i can see both. This makes it so sometimes the progress bar is pushed to the background and the GUI sits on top preventing you from seeing the progress window.

 

Any easy way of doing this?

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BrewManNH

I have a UDF for a progressbar and gui that you should be able to easily modify.

See the link in my signature.

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