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Unable to send a GuiButton to back - (Moved)

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Hi, im doing some basic programing in which i'm making a gui that tells you information about different music keys.

i have created a piano out of guibuttons but when i click on white notes they overlap the blacknotes and i cannot cannot get them back to front. This also means i cannot click the black notes as it just pulls the white ones forward.

i have tried GuiCtrlSetState($hGetbutton,@SW_DISABLE),GuiCtrlSetState($hGetbutton,@SW_FOCUS) and GuiCtrlSetState($hGetbutton,@SW_ONTOP)

can someone please help?

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Moved to the appropriate forum, as the Developer General Discussion forum very clearly states:

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