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Mast3rpyr0

been searching around for awhile and i cant seem to find a way to have Fileopendialog() stop reappearing if a user cancels or closes it.

Is it possible? if it has a cancel button it should work...

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Xenobiologist

Hi,

???

It has a cancel button.

So long,

Mega


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Paulie

If they don't select a file, it sets @error = 1

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PsaltyDS

been searching around for awhile and i cant seem to find a way to have Fileopendialog() stop reappearing if a user cancels or closes it.

Is it possible? if it has a cancel button it should work...

That's a problem with the loop that calls the FileOpenDialog() function, not the function itself. Post the code for that loop if you still need more help.

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flip209

What about a

While 1

Select

Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE ;this exits the script whent the window is closed

Exit

EndSelect

Wend


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PsaltyDS

What about a

While 1

Select

Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE ;this exits the script whent the window is closed

Exit

EndSelect

Wend

That would be appropriate if it was your own GUI being closed. But FileOpenDialog() creates its own dialog window. In addition, $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE would only trigger if the operator clicked the "X", not if they clicked on the CANCEL button.

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Mast3rpyr0

op sorry forgot code

While 1
    $gMsg = GUIGetMsg()
    Switch $gMsg
    Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
        exit
    Case $browse1
        $Browse1 = FileOpenDialog("Select a program to run", @ProgramFilesDir, "Exe(*.exe)", 3)
        GUICtrlSetData($prog1, $Browse1)
    Case $browse2
        $Browse2 = FileOpenDialog("Select a program to run", @ProgramFilesDir, "Exe(*.exe)", 3)
        GUICtrlSetData($prog2, $Browse2)
    Case $browse3
        $Browse3 = FileOpenDialog("Select a program to run", @ProgramFilesDir, "Exe(*.exe)", 3)
        GUICtrlSetData($prog3, $Browse3)
    Case $browse4
        $Browse4 = FileOpenDialog("Select a program to run", @ProgramFilesDir, "Exe(*.exe)", 3)
        GUICtrlSetData($prog4, $Browse4)
    EndSwitch
WEnd

EDIT: lol crap just noticed i have it settings the data to the case its checking lol

Edited by Mast3rpyr0

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MrCreatoR

forgot code

Chenge the $Browse1 = FileOpenDialog to some other variable, it's checked in Switch ...Case..., so after you close the FileOpenDialog() it always will back to this case...

 

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