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Hi All,

I know many newbies search for this feature.

I decided to share this piece of code with everyone.
Basically its a "splash screen" that has a transparent image.

In a nutshell - Gui with a transparent gif.


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Splash Screen GUI.zip

Edited by Skeletor

Kind Regards

"I need coffee to turn me back to a human"

Microsoft Office Splash Screen | Basic Notepad Program (Beginner) | Transparent Splash Screen

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