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How to hide mulitple windows at once?

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Hi guys!

Can you please help us with this one?

The open source software can be found in

this site:

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=184915

If you have time to explore and run the program,please let me know.

We would like to modify the open source program. We would like also to implement the setting of a hotkey to hide same applications. For example, you have 2 opened windows of "notepad",by setting a hotkey for the same applications, you can simultaneously hide them. Let's say you have 5 same windows, you don't need to set a hotkey for each window.

Here is the function named "hide" (originally based from WaT-Without a Trace software). It hides only a single application to where there is an assigned hotkey set by the user.We tried to add some lines in asking for user's password to hide an application. And the other thing we would like to add is the hiding of multiple widows of same applications at once.

How can we hide same applications at once?

Using the code snippet, how are we going to do this?

;---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Func hide()

$window = WinList()

$text2 = InputBox("SHOW WINDOW PASSWORD", "Type your password to show window!","","*")

For $i = 1 to $window[0][0]

If $window[$i][0] <> "" And IsVisible($window[$i][0]) And _

$window[$i][0] <> "HAT - 'Hide Application Tool'" And _

$window[$i][0] <> "Program Manager" And _

$window[$i][0] <> "lock" Then

$captured[$count] = $window[$i][0]

$count = $count + 1

WinSetState($window[$i][0], "", @SW_HIDE)

If BitAND(WinGetState($window[$i][0], ""), 2) Then

WinSetState($window[$i][0], "", @SW_HIDE)

EndIf

Exitloop

EndIf

Next

If WinExists("HAT - 'Hide Application Tool'") Then update_lists()

EndFunc ;==> hide

;---------------------------------------------------------------------------end of func------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

That would be all.

Thanks!

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Multiple instances of an application might have the same title in $Window[$i][0], but will still have unique HWND "handles" in $Window[$i][1]. Use the handles to manipulate the windows, it's more reliable.

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Keep it to one thread.

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...c=65325&hl=

And you were warned here on the same issue: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...c=64791&hl= as well.

Next time you can expect to be banned for spamming.

As PSaltyDS has pointed out, the hwnd (handle) of the window never changes and is unique to its specific instance. Also as the $hWndToHide << Variable name I gave my example would point out, but for someone that doesn't understand that I can understand how you would miss that.


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