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Yes I just came across hat function as well :D

So I assume there are some checks on the numbers provided going on in the background autoit core code and it then decides which function to take. It is just more convenient this way to have it all in one function.

Thank to you @Nine my question is solved now :D

That was quick ... :) 

 

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It is an extra buildin functionality for WinSetState() that does a "window()->enable(true)" for @SW_ENABLE and   "window()->enable(false)"  for @SW_DISABLE. :) 

Jos

 

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