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Can you change the GUI size after an action? (e.g. clicking a button. if _ispressed, etc...)


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$NewSizeW = 450
$NewSizeH = 450

$Title = "Button Resizer"
GUICreate($Title, 200, 200)
$Button = GUICtrlCreateButton("Change GUI Size", 50, 80, 100)

GUISetState()

While 1
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
    Switch $msg
        Case -3
            Exit
        Case $Button
            WinMove($Title, "", Default, Default, $NewSizeW, $NewSizeH)
    EndSwitch
WEnd


 

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Yep that would be doable


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Thanks MsCreatoR but can every time you click the button to:

1) Check what is the GUI height and weight

2) If it is normal then change the size to bigger

3) If it is big then change it back to normal


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What you ask for is very easy.

Do it yourself.

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

1) Check what is the GUI height and weight

2) If it is normal then change the size to bigger

3) If it is big then change it back to normal

1) $WinPosArr = WinGetPos($GUI)

2) If $WinPosArr[2] = 200 And $WinPosArr[3] = 200 Then ....

3) If $WinPosArr[2] <> 200 Or $WinPosArr[3] <> 200 Then ....

It's easy, just look the examples in help file, and give some time to realy reading the “small lines” (description) of each function :whistle:

$NewSizeW = 450
$NewSizeH = 450

$Title = "Button Resizer"
$GUI = GUICreate($Title, 200, 200)
$Button = GUICtrlCreateButton("Change GUI Size", 50, 80, 100)

GUISetState()

While 1
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
    Switch $msg
        Case -3
            Exit
        Case $Button
            
            $WinPosArr = WinGetPos($GUI)
            If $WinPosArr[2] = 200 And $WinPosArr[3] = 200 Then
                WinMove($Title, "", Default, Default, $NewSizeW, $NewSizeH)
            Else
                WinMove($Title, "", Default, Default, 200, 200)
            EndIf
    EndSwitch
WEnd

EDIT: hm... it seems that the func WinGetPos() return wrong info - the GuiCreate is 200 x 200, but the info returned from WinGetPos() is 206 x 232...

Edited by MsCreatoR

 

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EDIT: hm... it seems that the func WinGetPos() return wrong info - the GuiCreate is 200 x 200, but the info returned from WinGetPos() is 206 x 232...

That's because WinGetPos() returns the size of the window + titlebar + borders. So it returns the correct info, just not the info you want. Try WinGetClientSize(), I've found it always gives me the same numbers I passed to GuiCreate.

BTW, you're too nice man. :whistle: Maybe I snapped a little too hard but I was getting annoyed at not seeing any effort on his part. I don't like seeing people write other people's code for them without getting any help.

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BTW, you're too nice man. :whistle: Maybe I snapped a little too hard but I was getting annoyed at not seeing any effort on his part. I don't like seeing people write other people's code for them without getting any help.

If you read the OP posts, you'll see that most of his posts have that much effort put into it.

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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That's because WinGetPos() returns the size of the window + titlebar + borders. So it returns the correct info, just not the info you want. Try WinGetClientSize(), I've found it always gives me the same numbers I passed to GuiCreate.

Thanks, i didn't know this, now i will use it! :whistle:

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It's ok guys, read my nick name :P - somthimes i can not help like this, because not always i have the time, but eventually It will be paid off (even if no one help me back, helping to others make me feal good - i am serious).

There's other types of gratification that are far more rewarding :D:whistle:

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