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Rename MsgBox() Buttons

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

This was made because of a question in the Support Forum, it renames the MsgBox() buttons to what you want them to be... I'm not setting up any instructions, it's pretty straight forward.

;===============================================================================
;
;~ Function:        _MsgBoxChangeButtons()
;~ Desctiption      Changes the button text of a MsgBox()
;~ Version:     N/A
;~ Author:      SmOke_N
;~ Parameter(s):        
;~          $iMBFlag = Icon and or Flags (Type of buttons)
;~          $MBTitle = Title of MsgBox()
;~          $MBText = Text for the Body of the MsgBox()
;~          $MBButton1 = Text to change the first button
;~          $MBButton2 = Optional Param:  Text to change the second Button if applicable
;~          $MBButton3 = Optional Param:  Text to change the third Button if applicable
;~          $iMBTimeOut = Optional Param:  MsgBox() Time out
;~ Requirement(s):  AutoIt Beta 3.1xx
;~ Example:
;~          _MsgBoxChangeButtons(36, 'My Title', 'My Text', 'Button 1', 'Button 2', '', 3)
;~ Example Result:  Will turn out a MsgBox() instead of Yes and No button will be Button 1 and Button 2 with a time out of 3 seconds
;~ Return Value(s): Will return the value that was clicked in the MsgBox()
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Edit:

Provided a UDF break down.

Edit2:

Added herewasplatos suggestion of Opt('WinWaitDelay', 0) rather than While Not WinExists().

Edited by SmOke_N

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

HI,

nice work. :D

But, isn't there any easier way doing that? :D

Looks as pretty much to do.

Thanks!

So long,

Mega

Edited by th.meger

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You mean like some way of not having to use the temp file? I wish there was an autoit Obj you could just .document.write to.

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You mean like some way of not having to use the temp file? I wish there was an autoit Obj you could just .document.write to.

Yeah, exactly. Any C++ guru in here? Maybe it can be done in some code lines. :D

So long,

Mega


Scripts & functions Organize Includes Let Scite organize the include files

Yahtzee The game "Yahtzee" (Kniffel, DiceLion)

LoginWrapper Secure scripts by adding a query (authentication)

_RunOnlyOnThis UDF Make sure that a script can only be executed on ... (Windows / HD / ...)

Internet-Café Server/Client Application Open CD, Start Browser, Lock remote client, etc.

MultipleFuncsWithOneHotkey Start different funcs by hitting one hotkey different times

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Hmm... Scripting autoit with an autoit script.. Is there an echo in here?

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This could come in useful! Well done.


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Good job SmOke_N.

I've pointed to this thread from "the other one" where we played with the MsgBox:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...showtopic=22531

One note - this code:

Local $MBLine1 = 'While Not WinExists("' & $MBTitle & '")'
    Local $MBLine2 = '    Sleep(10)'
    Local $MBLine3 = 'WEnd'
...could be an OPT line to reduce the winwaitdelay to 1 or 0 and then a winwait line. You might gain a few milliseconds in response time and lose one line of temp code.

Just a thought.


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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

Love this script and added another parameter to it "$iMBIcon" taken from another script on this forum tho cant remember who.

It gives the abilty to hide the taskbar icon of the messagebox, the drawback being any wait time specified will be ignored.

Rick

Edit: added optional move messagebox option

MsgBoxChangeButtons_or_Move.au3

Edited by Rick

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Thanks for the suggestions, I added herewasplato's idea to this one, and will re-do the MoveMsgBox() UDF alteration I made with the same idea.

@Rick, that would throw things off as nice as it would be to add. I haven't figured out how to add a timer myself, but if someone knows how, I'll add that option in, but I can't have a potentially dead parameter if you know what I mean. Thanks for idea :D .


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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

I disagree as any unused parameter is a potentially dead one, and the more options the better surely?

Still, good luck with making it better.

Edited by Rick

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I disagree as any unused parameter is a potentially dead one, and the more options the better surely?

Still, good luck with making it better.

I meant, if the user of the UDF puts a timeout and still wants to hide the icon, then it won't do the timeout, therefore rendering the timeout a dead parameter for that call.

As I said, I like the idea, but I would like to know how to do the timeout with the DLL call, without having to do "another" /AutoIt3ExecuteScript with TimerInit()/TimerDiff() (Which as you can see from some of my other posts is not past me anyway).

Maybe one of the Devs can show us how they used the timeout parameter when they made the MsgBox() function.


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