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i would like to create an "animated" button

is this possible?

i saw a possibility in the help file to add a .bmp to a button, but i would like the picture to be animated.


Valik Note Added 19 October 2006 - 08:38 AMAdded to warn level I just plain don't like you.

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i would like to create an "animated" button

is this possible?

i saw a possibility in the help file to add a .bmp to a button, but i would like the picture to be animated.

Not a standard button no.

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Not a standard button no.

well, is there an "un-standard" way to do it?


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well, is there an "un-standard" way to do it?

I'm sure... but I would think that it would be messy... something like GUICtrlCreatePic() + GUIRegisterMsg() would probably do it.

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I'm sure... but I would think that it would be messy... something like GUICtrlCreatePic() + GUIRegisterMsg() would probably do it.

i placed a button behind the .avi the same size.

the picture is on top, and the button functions.

very clean fix. i figured it out.

thanks for the suggestion though :P


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i placed a button behind the .avi the same size.

the picture is on top, and the button functions.

very clean fix. i figured it out.

thanks for the suggestion though :P

You don't see potential for error there?

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