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[Solved] Is there a global setting for $GUI_DOCKALL?

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I've just added a resize capability to a GUI (extend bottom, only) and had to add the following statement to the 40 controls that aren't supposed to move.

GUICtrlSetResizing(-1, $GUI_DOCKALL)

It occurred to me that there might be a setting that applies to the entire GUI ... like setting a default font.

Is there a global setting or some declaration that would eliminate the need for 40 individual settings?

Thanks in advance for any help.



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Click on GUICtrlSetResizing in your code, then look at the Related section, you'll find your answer.

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@Subz, excellent suggestion.  Thanks.

I'll admit that I've really only used Opt for setting a script's basic operating mode.  I need to try to think of it in more situations, as some of these things have been long-since solved.

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