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can anyone give me an example of a script using _WinAPI_LoadImage

i want to learn how to use it, but the paramaters seem a little confusing to me, and the search turned up no results.

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can anyone give me an example of a script using _WinAPI_LoadImage

i want to learn how to use it, but the paramaters seem a little confusing to me, and the search turned up no results.

How about in your own thread?

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...LoadImage\


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

well i could never get it to work with my own .dll

for example i have the .dll made with resource editing in resource hacker

i could never get that code to work if i edit the shell32.dll to TQ.dll and show thelibrary numbers 1,2,3,4,5.

Edit of Edit: its ok i already deleted the file off the hosting site

Edited by Tomb616
Removed hacked DLL Link

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

well i could never get it to work with my own .dll

for example i have the .dll made with resource editing in resource hacker

i could never get that code to work if i edit the shell32.dll to TQ.dll and show thelibrary numbers 1,2,3,4,5.

Why would you edit the resource on a copyrighted dll?

Doesn't seem like you even deserve help, let alone anyone "could" help you without the dll (don't upload it).

Edited by SmOke_N
Removed hacked DLL link

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Why would you edit the resource on a copyrighted dll?

Doesn't seem like you even deserve help, let alone anyone "could" help you without the dll (don't upload it).

why don't i deserve help?

because i am stuck wth a problem, and trying to explain my question?

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why don't i deserve help?

because i am stuck wth a problem, and trying to explain my question?

I'm going to warn you not to take what I said out of context.

I said you don't deserve help (of course this IMHO) because you hacked up a copy righted dll.


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

I'm going to warn you not to take what I said out of context.

I said you don't deserve help (of course this IMHO) because you hacked up a copy righted dll.

just for personal use. not like i know how to make my own. Edited by Tomb616

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open GuiImageList.au3 in the includes

find _GUIImageList_AddBitmap

found it. ooh thats nice.

copies to internal data structure i see.

how can i make use of this?

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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

I also used it in GuiButton.au3

Also GuiToolbar.au3

Edited by GaryFrost

SciTE for AutoItDirections for Submitting Standard UDFs

 

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I also used it in GuiButton.au3

Also GuiToolbar.au3

uhm.

this last post has confused me.

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uhm.

this last post has confused me.

How's that?

Just telling you places to look where the function has been used in the standard includes.


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