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Dear AutoIT Community.
I am currently working on a program that will display lots of images in a scroll down GUI.
I create the GUI based on the number of images, which works fine.
But all images I place using GuiCtrlCreatePic above a threshold of around 32000 pixels (cant say exactly) are placed at negative locations and finally will reach 0 again
and will then populate on top of the images placed there before.
For $i = 1 To $Images ; Get picture dimensions $hImage = _GDIPlus_ImageLoadFromFile($ImgRep & $Images[$i]) $iX = _GDIPlus_ImageGetWidth($hImage) $iY = _GDIPlus_ImageGetHeight($hImage) _GDIPlus_ImageDispose($hImage) ; Resize & place images in GUI $Pic[$i] = GUICtrlCreatePic($ImgRep & $Images[$i], $Spacer, Round($yPos, 0), $MaxImgWidth, $MaxImgWidth * ($iY / $iX)) $yPos = $yPos + $MaxImgWidth * ($iY / $iX) + $Spacer $log = $log & "|" & $yPos $currentlut = $Images Next I have found a limit at 32767 pixels for some GUI elements when googling around.
Can someone tell me how to circumvent that?
I am trying to find more information on generating PDF files from AutoIT and found the UDF topic
Also found some info on creating .FDF file and use PDFTK for merging, but i can't find info about a custom based layout.
What i trying to find out is, if it is possible to generate a variable layout. For an example i created a script which is based out 20 fields and every field can contain information. If one of those fields are not filled, it shouldn't be printed on the PDF either.
To make it more difficult, the PDF should contain a heading, the first 10 fields and then a horizontal line across the PDF and then a new heading and then show the last 10 fields.
But only the fields which are filled.
Is this possible?
I'm working on a task where, a PDF file is opened (in IE browser) when I click a link in a website.
I have to read the first page of the PDF to find particular strings. Can you please share some ideas?
MS Splash Screens
The office 2016/17 office suite has made many people turn heads with its functions and especially their splash screen.
I now present to you, the MS Style Splash Screen. For Rookies, Novices and anyone who wants a ready made splash screen for your gui application.
You can now download it and also try it out yourself.
You have three colors to choose from:
All three colours are from the famous programs.
I also included the KODA form to you can have freedom with this splash screen.
Note: the KODA form does not have the three colours as well as the correct blue.
Have fun and enjoy.
I will update the splash to add the automated 3 dots animation at a later stage.
A gui splash screen. Themed after the famous MS Office Suite.
Three colours to choose from, Red, Blue and Green.
You can change the labels to your own application.
Also bundled with this is the KODA form. So you can open up and see the basic structure of this splash screen.
Splash Screen GUI.zip