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NewBe

I am wondering about to things.

I made a GUI with a GIF picture and it didn't play the animation?

I also made a GUI but I want to be able to add PNGs to it so I can have transparent pictures?

I hope theses are possiable :D

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BigDod

From the help file

To have a transparent picture it is needed to create the GUI window with WS_EX_LAYERED extended style. The left-top pixel will be used as the transparency color. If several pictures are created the last picture is defining the transparent color. See example 2.

Animated .gif are not supported.



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NewBe

Thanks a lot guys you really are pro's.

I don't want this though

To have a transparent picture it is needed to create the GUI window with WS_EX_LAYERED extended style. The left-top pixel will be used as the transparency color. If several pictures are created the last picture is defining the transparent color. See example 2.

Animated .gif are not supported.

because I want a GUI with a transparent picture that moves I hope this is possible or else I am more or less ruined but I am positive autoit can manage this I have looked on forum with no luck so far.

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Valuater

Maybe you want Prospeed with Autoit..

You can find that in the "Example Scripts" section of this forum.

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NewBe

WOW this is made with autoit amazing... Ill try it thanks

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