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Was just thinking with myself... is anyone here able to use this DLL in AutoIt?

http://www.vbaccelerator.com/codelib/cpopmenu/cnewmenu.htm

Maybe Lars... he seems like a smart guy... well I dunno, just give it a try.

I can really use a menu like that, just imagine some icons on it!!!!

Have a look Here this looks similar.


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Have a look Here this looks similar.

No man, that is a GUI!

I don't need a GUI, I need a menu.

Thanx anyway.

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To be pedantic, a menu is a GUI element.

Being pedantic aside, I strongly encourage you to read that thread. I mean, it does exactly what is demonstrated in the screenshot at the link you posted. If doing exactly what you want isn't enough for you, I suggest you do it yourself.

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You can build menu icons and so on for yourself.

Just use GUIRegisterMsg() and google for "ownerdrawn menus" and "WM_MEASUREITEM" and "WM_DRAWITEM".

If you can wait some time I will provide an example the next days/weeks.

I have it already here but I will work on it a little bit to make the script more readable :lmao:

So long...

Holger

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You can build menu icons and so on for yourself.

Just use GUIRegisterMsg() and google for "ownerdrawn menus" and "WM_MEASUREITEM" and "WM_DRAWITEM".

If you can wait some time I will provide an example the next days/weeks.

I have it already here but I will work on it a little bit to make the script more readable :lmao:

Thanx man... finally someone here was able to help me with this issue.

I'm going to take a look on this.

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edit - wrong thread

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