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I have searched but I can not find the function to clear all fields in a gui. Is there a GUI reset function?

As far as I know there is not one. If you post some script showing what you want to reset/clear I am sure someone will help you.


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im not sure if this is what ur lookin for but have u tried

GUICtrlSetData()

?

possibly loop through all the controls?

--hope this helps

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I have searched but I can not find the function to clear all fields in a gui. Is there a GUI reset function?

you would have to explicitly reset the values yourself for each of the controls that you want reset. the way i avoid that is by putting my gui creation section inside of a function, that makes resetting alot easier:

#include<guiconstants.au3>
MakeGui()
;... other code here

Func MakeGui()
Global $gui = GuiCreate("blah",100,100,0,0)
;etc etc
EndFunc
Func ResetEverything()
GuiDelete($gui)
MakeGUI()
EndFunc

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