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Msgbox Location

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Try this

MsgBox( 0, "Test", "Test")
WinMove("Test", 0, 0)

Just try it with WinMove it should work nice as well


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Try this

MsgBox( 0, "Test", "Test")
WinMove("Test", 0, 0)

Just try it with WinMove it should work nice as well

did you try that before posting????

there is a good one in here "Autoit Wrappers"

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...70&hl=Valuater#

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Hmm it worked with a GUI so i thought it would work here too


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Hmm it worked with a GUI so i thought it would work here too

Just so you know, the MsgBox() command litterally pauses your script until an action is taken within the MsgBox() itself.
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#8 ·  Posted

I use InputBox instead of MsgBox ,it is the easiest for me! Just ignore the input field and the Return Value.

InputBox

Displays an input box to ask the user to enter a string.

InputBox ( "title", "prompt" [, "default" [, "password char" [, width = -1 [, height = -1 [, left = Default [, top = Default [, timeout = 0 [, hwnd]]]]]]]] )

Parameters

title The title of the input box.
prompt A message to the user indicating what kind of input is expected.
default [optional] The value that the input box starts with.
password char [optional] The character to replace all typed characters with in the display. If you want the actual typed character to appear, define with an empty string ("") (default) or a space for the first character. If you provide a multi-character string, only the first character is used for character masking. There are special meanings for the second and subsequent characters. See Remarks.
width [optional] The width of the window.
height [optional] The height of the window.
left [optional] The left side of the input box. By default, the box is centered.
top [optional] The top of the input box. By default, the box is centered.
timeout [optional] How many seconds to wait before automatically canceling the InputBox().
hwnd [optional] The window handle to use as the parent for this dialog.

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#9 ·  Posted

@MadDogZ,

Welcome, 
Not sure what made you decide to make your first post in the 11 years old thread to answer a question. 
Doubt people are still waiting for it. ;)

Jos


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#10 ·  Posted

Especially that it's absolutely not an answer to the initial question  fou.gif

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