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Hi Valuater hows it going, I was wondering if you could teach me how you skinned your windows XP cleaner tool it looks good, I know that I could use skinbuilder and appface, but I am really interested of how you made yours, :think: well thanks and if anybody esle knows what programed he used please give me a shout


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Why didn't you just send him a PM? :think:


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Why didn't you just send him a PM? :(

:think: forgot about that lol, and plus other people might know of the program he used maybe, or they might give me a good program to use, I don't feel like using skin builder or appface


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:think: forgot about that lol, and plus other people might know of the program he used maybe, or they might give me a good program to use, I don't feel like using skin builder or appface

I'm not even sure he used a skin program. Larry had posted some code a while back that I think he might have used (rounding edges of GUI's and such).

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I'm not even sure he used a skin program. Larry had posted some code a while back that I think he might have used (rounding edges of GUI's and such).

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...topic=12449&hl=


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ok thanks


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I used this one to round the edges of the Stereo/radio picture, however the one by larry was not available....However #2 thats just the pic... or GUI

It was gafrost who showed me how i could do it... thats about the time i started calling him Mr. Wizard

so.... all of the hard coding is in the body of the original script

if you look at *XPClen Menu* code ( in my sig.. Forum only ).... at the last portion

you will see this type of coding....

First I read a txt file

$Start_Menu = GUICreate("*XPClean Menu*", $VX, $VY, $VR_ST, $VMS, $WS_POPUP, $WS_EX_TOPMOST + $WS_EX_TOOLWINDOW, $Dummy_win)
    
; Read in lines of text until the EOF is reached
    While 1
        Sleep(100)
        If $State_Set= 1 Then ExitLoop
        $NLine = FileReadLine($NFile)
        If @error = -1 Then ExitLoop
        
        If $NLine <> "" Then
            $newID = $newID + 1
            $NDLine = $NLine
            $NLine = StringSplit( $NLine,",")
            $D_info = $NLine[1]
            Sleep(50)
            Call("Set_Create")
        EndIf
    WEnd
    FileClose($NFile)

then the file it reads is...

ROND
GSBC,"", $Start_Menu
TITL,XPC -Radio
DSGN,by QT Appraisal
HGHT, 180
STL1, "", 315, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Restore
SCUR, -1, 0
STL2, "", 349, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Adware
SCUR, -1, 0
STL3, "", 383, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Spyware
SCUR, -1, 0
STL4, "", 417, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,AutoClean
SCUR, -1, 0
STL5, "", 450, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Registry
SCUR, -1, 0
STL6, "", 483, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Defrag
SCUR, -1, 0
STL7, "", 517, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Full Menu
SCUR, -1, 0
STL8, "", 230, 135, 70, 20
STIP, -1,Share This Menu
SCUR, -1, 0
STL9, "", 540, 30, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Exit
SCUR, -1, 0
LGOB,logo, 530, 77, 35, 35
STIP, -1,Check Updates
TGL1, "", 130, 50, 80, 80, -1, $WS_EX_TRANSPARENT
STIP, -1,Toggle Select
SCUR, -1, 0
TGB2,Select, 455, 85, 45, 17 
STIP, -1,Execute Selection
HDL1, "", 45, 135, 50, 20
STIP, -1,Hide Menu Bar
SCUR, -1, 0
COL1, "", 35, 30, 70, 20
STIP, -1,Custom Order
SCUR, -1,0
PIC1, $File1_pic, 0, 0,600,180
CLBL, "", 295, 60, 160, 40
SBKC, -1,""
TGLA,Restore, 310, 68, 105, 30
SFNT, -1, 16, 700, -1
FBLU, -1, 0x8080ff
PIC2, $File2_PIC, 231, 29, 135, 22
CLBL,XPC -Radio, 270, 32, 170, 23
SFNT, -1, 9, 600, 2 + 4
FRED, -1, 0xff0000
SETS, $Start_12 , $GUI_FOCUS
SETS, $Start_10 , $GUI_FOCUS
SHOW

where the 4 letters on the left are a special code like

ROND = use rounded corners

TITL,XPC -Radio = the title is "XPC -Radio"

STL1, "", 315, 135, 20, 20 = Start label #1 and the position

STIP, -1,Restore= Start label Tip is "Restore"

SCUR, -1, 0 = set the cursor style over that label

then create the label....

; creates Start Labels
    If $D_info = "STL1" Then
        If $NLine[0] = 6 Then $Start_1 = GUICtrlCreateLabel($NLine[2], $NLine[3], $NLine[4], $NLine[5], $NLine[6])
        If $NLine[0] = 7 Then $Start_1 = GUICtrlCreateLabel($NLine[2], $NLine[3], $NLine[4], $NLine[5], $NLine[6], $NLine[7])
        If $NLine[0] = 8 Then $Start_1 = GUICtrlCreateLabel($NLine[2], $NLine[3], $NLine[4], $NLine[5], $NLine[6], $NLine[7], $NLine[8])
        GUICtrlSetState(-1, $GUI_FOCUS)
        Return
    EndIf

kinda like that... and i can have as many txt files as i want to create different skins

hope that helped...

Maybe you could write one on this script, *XPClean Menu* to learn how to do it, then i can use the skin and you can use the engine inside the script for yourself and know how to use it... just an idea

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I used this one to round the edges of the Stereo/radio picture, however the one by larry was not available....However #2 thats just the pic... or GUI

It was gafrost who showed me how i could do it... thats about the time i started calling him Mr. Wizard

so.... all of the hard coding is in the body of the original script

if you look at *XPClen Menu* code ( in my sig.. Forum only ).... at the last portion

you will see this type of coding....

First I read a txt file

$Start_Menu = GUICreate("*XPClean Menu*", $VX, $VY, $VR_ST, $VMS, $WS_POPUP, $WS_EX_TOPMOST + $WS_EX_TOOLWINDOW, $Dummy_win)
    
; Read in lines of text until the EOF is reached
    While 1
        Sleep(100)
        If $State_Set= 1 Then ExitLoop
        $NLine = FileReadLine($NFile)
        If @error = -1 Then ExitLoop
        
        If $NLine <> "" Then
            $newID = $newID + 1
            $NDLine = $NLine
            $NLine = StringSplit( $NLine,",")
            $D_info = $NLine[1]
            Sleep(50)
            Call("Set_Create")
        EndIf
    WEnd
    FileClose($NFile)

then the file it reads is...

ROND
GSBC,"", $Start_Menu
TITL,XPC -Radio
DSGN,by QT Appraisal
HGHT, 180
STL1, "", 315, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Restore
SCUR, -1, 0
STL2, "", 349, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Adware
SCUR, -1, 0
STL3, "", 383, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Spyware
SCUR, -1, 0
STL4, "", 417, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,AutoClean
SCUR, -1, 0
STL5, "", 450, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Registry
SCUR, -1, 0
STL6, "", 483, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Defrag
SCUR, -1, 0
STL7, "", 517, 135, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Full Menu
SCUR, -1, 0
STL8, "", 230, 135, 70, 20
STIP, -1,Share This Menu
SCUR, -1, 0
STL9, "", 540, 30, 20, 20
STIP, -1,Exit
SCUR, -1, 0
LGOB,logo, 530, 77, 35, 35
STIP, -1,Check Updates
TGL1, "", 130, 50, 80, 80, -1, $WS_EX_TRANSPARENT
STIP, -1,Toggle Select
SCUR, -1, 0
TGB2,Select, 455, 85, 45, 17 
STIP, -1,Execute Selection
HDL1, "", 45, 135, 50, 20
STIP, -1,Hide Menu Bar
SCUR, -1, 0
COL1, "", 35, 30, 70, 20
STIP, -1,Custom Order
SCUR, -1,0
PIC1, $File1_pic, 0, 0,600,180
CLBL, "", 295, 60, 160, 40
SBKC, -1,""
TGLA,Restore, 310, 68, 105, 30
SFNT, -1, 16, 700, -1
FBLU, -1, 0x8080ff
PIC2, $File2_PIC, 231, 29, 135, 22
CLBL,XPC -Radio, 270, 32, 170, 23
SFNT, -1, 9, 600, 2 + 4
FRED, -1, 0xff0000
SETS, $Start_12 , $GUI_FOCUS
SETS, $Start_10 , $GUI_FOCUS
SHOW

where the 4 letters on the left are a special code like

ROND = use rounded corners

TITL,XPC -Radio = the title is "XPC -Radio"

STL1, "", 315, 135, 20, 20 = Start label #1 and the position

STIP, -1,Restore= Start label Tip is "Restore"

SCUR, -1, 0 = set the cursor style over that label

then create the label....

; creates Start Labels
    If $D_info = "STL1" Then
        If $NLine[0] = 6 Then $Start_1 = GUICtrlCreateLabel($NLine[2], $NLine[3], $NLine[4], $NLine[5], $NLine[6])
        If $NLine[0] = 7 Then $Start_1 = GUICtrlCreateLabel($NLine[2], $NLine[3], $NLine[4], $NLine[5], $NLine[6], $NLine[7])
        If $NLine[0] = 8 Then $Start_1 = GUICtrlCreateLabel($NLine[2], $NLine[3], $NLine[4], $NLine[5], $NLine[6], $NLine[7], $NLine[8])
        GUICtrlSetState(-1, $GUI_FOCUS)
        Return
    EndIf

kinda like that... and i can have as many txt files as i want to create different skins

hope that helped...

Maybe you could write one on this script, *XPClean Menu* to learn how to do it, then i can use the skin and you can use the engine inside the script for yourself and know how to use it... just an idea

8)

thanks :think::(

Thanks in advance

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