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How can i make something like this work (the $_photo &... part) :

$loop = 1
For $loop = 1 To 20 Step 1
    If FileExists ("\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg") = 0 Then
        InetGet ("__website__" & $_startnumber & ".jpg", @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg")
    EndIf
--> $_photo & (number that equals $loop) & "_s" = @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg"
    $_startnumber = $_startnumber + 1
    $loop = $loop + 1
Next

Example:

$_photo1_s = @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg"
Or
$_photo6_s = @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg"

Thank you

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These lines do not need to be there

$loop = 1oÝ÷ ØCjëh×6$loop = $loop + 1

Besides that, im not sure what you are wanting

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Mmmm... I don't understand either.. could you be a bit more specific?

Besides what danwilli said, I believe that "number that equals $loop" is just.. $loop

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Well, i have a GUI with 20 pictures but when u click a next button, the pictures need to change.

I can already give you a part of my script, but it's not done yet.

I made the script smaller, only 5 pictures in this 1.

And i still need a Next button, but i will add this later.

This is how i do it for now, but is it possible to make the function smaller ?

#include <GUIConstants.au3>

Global $_photo1_s="", $_photo2_s="", $_photo3_s="", $_photo4_s="", $_photo5_s=""

setphoto(1)

; Main GUI

$maingui = GUICreate ("Photo Album", 660, 600)


$photo1_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo1_s, 10, 10, 120, 120)
$photo2_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo2_s, 140, 10, 120, 120)
$photo3_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo3_s, 270, 10, 120, 120)
$photo4_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo4_s, 400, 10, 120, 120)
$photo5_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo5_s, 530, 10, 120, 120)

While 1
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
    
    Select
        Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
            Exit
    EndSelect
WEnd

; This is how i do it for now :

Func setphoto($_startnumber)
    DirGetSize (@ScriptDir & "\photos")
    If @error = 1 Then
        DirCreate (@ScriptDir & "\photos")
    EndIf
    
    
; Picture by picture
    If FileExists ("\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg") = 0 Then
        InetGet ("http://users.skynet.be/jochem/Photo_Album/photos/" & $_startnumber & ".jpg", @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg")
    EndIf
    $_photo1_s = @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg"
    $_startnumber = $_startnumber + 1
    
    If FileExists ("\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg") = 0 Then
        InetGet ("http://users.skynet.be/jochem/Photo_Album/photos/" & $_startnumber & ".jpg", @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg")
    EndIf
    $_photo2_s = @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg"
    $_startnumber = $_startnumber + 1
    
    If FileExists ("\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg") = 0 Then
        InetGet ("http://users.skynet.be/jochem/Photo_Album/photos/" & $_startnumber & ".jpg", @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg")
    EndIf
    $_photo3_s = @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg"
    $_startnumber = $_startnumber + 1
    
    If FileExists ("\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg") = 0 Then
        InetGet ("http://users.skynet.be/jochem/Photo_Album/photos/" & $_startnumber & ".jpg", @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg")
    EndIf
    $_photo4_s = @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg"
    $_startnumber = $_startnumber + 1
    
    If FileExists ("\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg") = 0 Then
        InetGet ("http://users.skynet.be/jochem/Photo_Album/photos/" & $_startnumber & ".jpg", @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg")
    EndIf
    $_photo5_s = @ScriptDir & "\photos\" & $_startnumber & ".jpg"
    $_startnumber = $_startnumber + 1
EndFunc

I hope u can help me now, Thanks already

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#include <GUIConstants.au3>

Global $_photo[5]
Global $photoDir = @ScriptDir & "\photos\"


setphoto(1)

; Main GUI

$maingui = GUICreate ("Photo Album", 660, 600)
GUISetState (@SW_SHOW)

$photo1_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo[0], 10, 10, 120, 120)
$photo2_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo[1], 140, 10, 120, 120)
$photo3_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo[2], 270, 10, 120, 120)
$photo4_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo[3], 400, 10, 120, 120)
$photo5_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo[4], 530, 10, 120, 120)

While 1
    Switch GUIGetMsg()
        Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
            Exit
    EndSwitch
WEnd

; This is how i do it for now :

Func setphoto($_startnumber)
    DirCreate (@ScriptDir & "\photos")
    
    For $X = 1 to Ubound($_photo)
        ; Picture by picture
        If NOT FileExists ($photoDir & $X & ".jpg")Then
            InetGet ("http://users.skynet.be/jochem/Photo_Album/photos/" & $X & ".jpg", $photoDir & $X & ".jpg")
        EndIf
        
        $_photo[$X - 1] = $photoDir & $X & ".jpg"
    Next
EndFunc

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#include <GUIConstants.au3>

Global $_photo[5]
Global $photoDir = @ScriptDir & "\photos\"
setphoto(1)

; Main GUI

$maingui = GUICreate ("Photo Album", 660, 600)
GUISetState (@SW_SHOW)

$photo1_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo[0], 10, 10, 120, 120)
$photo2_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo[1], 140, 10, 120, 120)
$photo3_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo[2], 270, 10, 120, 120)
$photo4_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo[3], 400, 10, 120, 120)
$photo5_s = GUICtrlCreatePic ($_photo[4], 530, 10, 120, 120)

While 1
    Switch GUIGetMsg()
        Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
            Exit
    EndSwitch
WEnd

; This is how i do it for now :

Func setphoto($_startnumber)
    DirCreate (@ScriptDir & "\photos")
    
    For $X = 1 to Ubound($_photo)
        ; Picture by picture
        If NOT FileExists ($photoDir & $X & ".jpg")Then
            InetGet ("http://users.skynet.be/jochem/Photo_Album/photos/" & $X & ".jpg", $photoDir & $X & ".jpg")
        EndIf
        
        $_photo[$X - 1] = $photoDir & $X & ".jpg"
    Next
EndFunc

Thank u very much :)

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