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[Edited] Question about Windows Message(s) management

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FrancescoDiMuro
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Good morning everyone :)
I started to learn a bit about Windows Messages ( WM_* ), and I'd like to know if it is a good idea to create a WM_* function for each GUI ( and control ) I'd like to manage, or create a "Global" WM_* function, which contains the management for each GUI and control I'm using.
Every suggestion is always appreciated :)


Thanks for your help :)

Best Regards.

EDIT:

I was looking in the Help file, that:

To get BN_DBLCLK notification messages, the button must have the BS_RADIOBUTTON or BS_OWNERDRAW style.

But I've tried without that style ( I set the style $BS_NOTIFY ), and it works correctly.
Am I misunderstanding something? :)

Thanks :)

Best Regards.

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Melba23

FrancescoDiMuro,

 AutoIt can only have a single handler for a given message within the same script - if you have more than one GUIRegisterMsg call only the function mentioned in the last one actually gets called. So you have no choice but to use a single handler. Normally the message itself gives you enough information (window handle, control handle/CID, etc) to allow you to determine from whence it came.

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FrancescoDiMuro

@Melba23
Thanks for your quick reply :)
You are right! I dind't think enough to that :)
Sorry and thanks again.

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