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Here's how you would do it in html:

<h4>Pick a hotkey</h4>
<option value ="{F1}">F1</option>
<option value ="{F2}">F2</option>
<option value ="{F3}">F3</option>
<option value ="{F4}">F4</option>
<option value ="{F5}" selected="selected">F5</option>
<option value ="{F6}">F6</option>
<option value ="{F7}">F7</option>
<option value ="{F8}">F8</option>
<option value ="{F9}">F9</option>
<option value ="{F10}">F10</option>
<option value ="{F11}">F11</option>
<option value ="{F12}">F12</option>

Here's what it looks like.


I just looked and looked and I just couldn't find it.

Thanks :D

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Something like this?

$CheckBox1 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("tag", 152, 96, 81, 17)
GUICtrlSetState($CheckBox1, $GUI_CHECKED) ; will check the box
GUICtrlSetState($CheckBox1, $GUI_UNCHECKED) ; will uncheck it

$state = GUICtrlGetState($CheckBox1) ; will return the state (checked or not)
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Hope that helps,

Somniis :D

Edited by Somniis

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see sample of GUICtrlCreateCombo() in the help file.



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Is this resolved for you? It's always nice to put he resolution in the post for people reaping knowledge from the forums :D

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Ya I meant to. Sorry I forgot.

The thing I was working on and am still working on atm is found at http://www.rush4hire.com/files/ddcodes.exe

GUICtrlCreateLabel ( "Hotkey to save code.", 290, 235 )
$hkeyopts[0] = GUICtrlCreateCombo ("F2", 290, 250, 45)
GUICtrlSetData ( -1, "F3|F4|F5|F6|F7|F8|F9|F10|F11|F12", $set_hotkeys[0] )

; ~ and in the gui loop there are things like this:
Case $hkeyopts[0]
Edited by rush4hire

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