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This script provides a window to generate easily message boxes.

You can download it from:

http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/public/gcriaco/

Tell me what you think about adding this script to Scite.

Happy coding

Peppe

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I am not sure if directly Scite related, but Autoit3, yes, very good. Shows different aspects of Msgbox. Very nicely done.

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Come to think of of it. We all wonder what a function is capable of. Jon, how about an extra button for these kind of demo's in the help file ?

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This script provides a window to generate easily message boxes.

You can download it from:

http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/public/gcriaco/

Tell me what you think about adding this script to Scite.

Happy coding

Peppe

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Hello o:) gcriaco ccol Msg Box great :lmao:

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I did a similar thing to this for SplashScreens a while back - if anyones interested I'll see if I can clean up the code a lil and post it.

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I did one to work out the difference in GuiRead and GuiCtrlgetstate exactly, until I made an example to show me the difference.

Edit: Remove some junk from file.

Edited by MHz

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This script provides a window to generate easily message boxes.

You can download it from:

http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/public/gcriaco/

Tell me what you think about adding this script to Scite.

Happy coding

Peppe

That's cool, can I use it in the installed GUI examples?

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Yes, of course.

You can use my code in any way.

Ciao

Peppe

That's cool, can I use it in the installed GUI examples?

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It can be included into SciTE when people want, but you would have to make it that your program dumps the output to stdout by using the ConsoleWrite() command.

So what if it would work as follows:

  • add a commandline parameter something like /StdOut
  • Without /StdOut let it work as it does today.
  • When /StdOut is specified then:
  • Change the Copy button text to to something like "Copy to Editor"
  • When "Copy to Editor" is clicked then do a ConsoleWrite() in stead of ClipPut()
What do you think ?

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OK.

I'll change the code ASAP.

It can be included into SciTE when people want,  but you would have to make it that your program dumps the output to stdout by using the ConsoleWrite() command.

So what if it would work as follows:

  • add a commandline parameter something like /StdOut

  • Without /StdOut let it work as it does today.

  • When /StdOut is specified then:
  • Change the Copy button text to to something like "Copy to Editor"
  • When "Copy to Editor" is clicked then do a ConsoleWrite() in stead of ClipPut()
What do you think ?

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It can be included into SciTE when people want,  but you would have to make it that your program dumps the output to stdout by using the ConsoleWrite() command.

So what if it would work as follows:

  • add a commandline parameter something like /StdOut

  • Without /StdOut let it work as it does today.

  • When /StdOut is specified then:
  • Change the Copy button text to to something like "Copy to Editor"
  • When "Copy to Editor" is clicked then do a ConsoleWrite() in stead of ClipPut()
What do you think ?

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MsgBoxWizard 1.1 released.

As JdeB suggested:

* added an optional commandline parameter /StdOut

* When /StdOut is specified then:

o Change the Copy button tooltip to "Copy the generated AutoIt code to the Console"

o When "Copy" is clicked then do a ConsoleWrite() instead of ClipPut()

* added a short ReadMe file

Any other suggestion/criticism is welcome

Ciao

Peppe

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@gcriaco

Nice job

Note:

Currently at Line 343

include# <Constants.au3>

Should be

#include <Constants.au3>

Edited by bshoenhair

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Fixed.

You can download the update from my AutoIt site.

Thanks

Peppe

@gcriaco

Nice job

Note:

Currently at Line 343

include# <Constants.au3>

Should be

#include <Constants.au3>

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