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Hi,

I've never messed with GUIs before. What I want to do is create a GUI that displays only a PNG, with no border, menu or "X" button. When I drag & drop files onto it, I want the path of the files stored into an array.

Anybody can help me out?

Thanks,

0livier.

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Hi,

I've never messed with GUIs before. What I want to do is create a GUI that displays only a PNG, with no border, menu or "X" button. When I drag & drop files onto it, I want the path of the files stored into an array.

Anybody can help me out?

Thanks,

0livier.

Check the example attached. You can drag files and Msgbox tells you the files.

Use StringSplit() for convert to array. :whistle:

Suggestion: Take a look to Helpfile for GUI functions.

au3_logo_dragdropfiles.au3

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Check the example attached. You can drag files and Msgbox tells you the files.

Use StringSplit() for convert to array. :whistle:

Suggestion: Take a look to Helpfile for GUI functions.

I get this error message:

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AutoIt Error

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Line 2321 (File "C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\Include\A3LGDIPlus.au3"):

Return $aResult[0] <> 0

Return $aResult^ ERROR

Error: Subscript used with non-Array variable.

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OK

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I'm using AutoIt v3.2.4.9 and Auto3Lib downloaded july 3rd (I don't know how to check the version).

Any idea what's wrong?

Thank you,

Olivier.

Edit:

I got the same error with a script from lod3n and he believes it's a bug in Auto3Lib. I've ask PaulIA to take a look to be sure.

Edited by PERTU

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Yes, I saw the thread about this possible bug in the Auto3Lib.

Well, at least you have the concept in the example (for drag n' drop).

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i have tried Auto3Lib in the past, i wish someone would either debug it or complete rewrite it where it is understandable. I don't use it because it had destroyed to many scripts to my likings. :whistle:


 

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i have tried Auto3Lib in the past, i wish someone would either debug it or complete rewrite it where it is understandable. I don't use it because it had destroyed to many scripts to my likings. :whistle:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...st&p=367613

As I'm doing this I create examples and test.


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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

i have tried Auto3Lib in the past, i wish someone would either debug it or complete rewrite it where it is understandable. I don't use it because it had destroyed to many scripts to my likings. :whistle:

Instead of bitching and moaning, how about reporting any bugs so that they could be fixed or asking for help when you don't understand. Nah, that would rob you of the opportunity to post crap as this. Edited by PaulIA

Auto3Lib: A library of over 1200 functions for AutoIt

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Yes, I saw the thread about this possible bug in the Auto3Lib.

Well, at least you have the concept in the example (for drag n' drop).

The "bug" I had was not a bug. I needed to download the GDI+ redist since I'm on Windows 2k. I tested your script and it works perfectly.

Thanks a lot.

Olivier.

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