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PNG as GUI problems

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Okay, well, I got the PNG to become a GUI, but when I try to add images as buttons, it screws up. I can get a picture object on there, but the background turns a solid blue, and then the little picture place becomes transparent.

Any help?

(I used the PNG as gui script to get this done.)

Attached file contains all files being used. You must have the GDI UDFs and such - I belive they're from the beta or PaulIA's UDF pack.

Thanks!

Monkey

Updater.rar


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This is an Example of how I do it. I am sure there are probably more efficient or better ways, but this works for me.

You may haveto run as beta. 7Ziped to 4share


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Hey could you send that to m0nk3yi3unz@cableone.net? Im at school and that link is blocked :)

Thanks for the reply, btw. Ill see if it works.

Monkey

EDIT: I tried to run your code - for some reason, it thinks all of the variables need to be declared (but I cant find the flag that makes it do that) and the includes were off, but i fixed those.

Any help?

Edited by m0nk3yI3unz

Monkeh.

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ok, this is the Version that works with v3.2.8.1 Final, that last one only worked with Beta v3.2.9.14. Sorry about that.

PNG GUI example

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