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Aceguy

The answer is prolly sooo simple, ;)

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_Kurt

There are two solutions to this:

A) Set the backround to the normal BkColor:

GUICtrlSetBkColor($Control, 0xECE9D8)oÝ÷ ضØ^$®§vÚÚ«z{pØtß¡ 8³M
HðÔÚºÚ"µÍÈÚ[ÛYH   ÑÕRPÛÛÝ[Ë]LÉÝÈÉËKH[ÛYHY[ÝH][ÌÎNÝY]ÛHÛÂÕRPÝÙ]ÐÛÛÜ  ÌÍÐÛÛÛ    ÌÍÑÕRWÐÐÓÓÔÕSÔTS

Hope this solves your problem.

Kurt


Awaiting Diablo III..

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mac1

There are two solutions to this:

A) Set the backround to the normal BkColor:

GUICtrlSetBkColor($Control, 0xECE9D8)oÝ÷ ضØ^$®§vÚÚ«z{pØtß¡ 8³M
HðÔÚºÚ"µÍÈÚ[ÛYH   ÑÕRPÛÛÝ[Ë]LÉÝÈÉËKH[ÛYHY[ÝH][ÌÎNÝY]ÛHÛÂÕRPÝÙ]ÐÛÛÜ  ÌÍÐÛÛÛ    ÌÍÑÕRWÐÐÓÓÔÕSÔTS

Hope this solves your problem.

Kurt

I just tried the 0xECE9D8 version and this sets the button to the parent window background color not the original color of the button.

$GUI_BKCOLOR_TRANSPARENT version sets it to some dark color...

What am I doing wrong?

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