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Pakku

Set the transparency of a window just by hitting a key!

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Hi all,

I was a bit bored so i made this, it is an app which allows you to make a window (the one who is activated) transparent on a level of you choice.

just run this script, activate a window an hit ctrl + shift + (one of the number 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0 (1 = almost invisible and 0 = solid))

For $i = 0 To 9
    HotKeySet("+^" & $i,"_trans")
Next

While 1
    Sleep(10)
WEnd

Func _trans()
    If StringTrimLeft(@HotKeyPressed, 2) = "0" Then
        $x = 9
    Else
        $x = StringTrimLeft(@HotKeyPressed, 2) - 1
    EndIf
    WinSetTrans("", "", 255 / 9 * $x)
EndFunc

EDIT

updated the code, way shorter thanks to Helge

Edited by Pakku

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@Helge

i didn't know that that would work in hotkeys, thanks

For $i = 0 To 9
    HotKeySet("+^" & $i,"_trans")
Next
@gafrost

i havn't seen that one, but mine is (also thanks to Helge) a bit shorter

EDIT

@Helge

if ctrl + shift + 0 is pressed than the window is invisible so i edited yours, see 1st post

Edited by Pakku

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Nice. I wonder if its gonna be really useful. :lmao:

Makes the comp a bit slower though.

Well it is just for fun and for some people useful

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That is not a Script it is a noobie :lmao: script only 4 liner, :geek:

One Forum Script better more than 10 lines I supousse or make something, different that in the Help Samples.

As you mean bored, another script in the same direction:

when the mouse is:

-over one window:

-and almost over you get a less transparent window

as TransparencyOnOver($howmuch transparent, $howmuchsolid,$Whatwindow,$seconsIntoSolid,$secondsintoTrans)

you coud do even that when it stays some seconds it slowly make the wanted transparency/solid state.

I do not know if somebody already made it. :ph34r:

Edited by BasicOs

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