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How would I go about making a given gui essentially "slide" open when a certain condition is true (in this case, when the mouse is over it, a small bar expands to a large one with buttons, etc)? I have managed to get a condition to open a new gui on top of the old one (or at whatever given position), and even close the old one, but how can I make it actually slide open?


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$GUI = GUICreate("Window Slide In", 300, 300, 300, @DesktopHeight - 80)
GUISetState()
$WPos = WinGetPos($GUI)

While 1
    Sleep(100)
    $MPos = MouseGetPos()
    If ($MPos[0] >= $WPos[0]) And ($MPos[0] <= ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) And ($MPos[1] >= $WPos[1]) And ($MPos[1] <= ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3])) Then
        WinMove($GUI, "", 300, @DesktopHeight - 280, 300, 300, 3)
    EndIf
WEnd

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theholycow

That is perfect, thanks.


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ok, so now I need it to slide back when it is not moused over. I've been toying with it a few different ways, here's what I've come up with:

test 1:

CODE
$GUI = GUICreate("Window Slide In", 300, 300, 300, @DesktopHeight - 80)

GUISetState()

$WPos = WinGetPos($GUI)

While 1

Sleep(100)

$MPos = MouseGetPos()

If ($MPos[0] >= $WPos[0]) And ($MPos[0] <= ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) And ($MPos[1] >= $WPos[1]) And ($MPos[1] <= ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3])) Then

WinMove($GUI, "", 300, @DesktopHeight - 280, 300, 300, 3)

ElseIf ($MPos[0] < $WPos[0]) And ($MPos[0] > ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) And ($MPos[1] < $WPos[1]) And ($MPos[1] > ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3])) Then

WinMove($GUI, "", 300, @DesktopHeight - 80, 300, 300, 3)

EndIf

WEnd

test 2:

CODE
$GUI = GUICreate("Window Slide In", 300, 300, 300, @DesktopHeight - 80, $WS_POPUP, 0, WinGetHandle("Program Manager"))

GUISetState()

$WPos = WinGetPos($GUI)

While 1

Sleep(100)

$MPos = MouseGetPos()

$msg = GUIGetMsg()

Select

Case ($MPos[0] >= $WPos[0]) And ($MPos[0] <= ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) And ($MPos[1] >= $WPos[1]) And ($MPos[1] <= ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3]))

WinMove($GUI, "", 300, @DesktopHeight - 280, 300, 300, 3)

Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE

Exit

Case ($MPos[0] < $WPos[0]) And ($MPos[0] > ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) And ($MPos[1] < $WPos[1]) And ($MPos[1] > ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3]))

WinMove($GUI, "", 300, @DesktopHeight - 80, "", "", 3)

EndSelect

WEnd

both ways it slides out fine, but won't slide back when I take the mouse away. Ideas?


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ok, so now I need it to slide back when it is not moused over. I've been toying with it a few different ways, here's what I've come up with:

test 1:

$GUI = GUICreate("Window Slide In", 300, 300, 300, @DesktopHeight - 80)
GUISetState()
$WPos = WinGetPos($GUI)

While 1
    Sleep(100)
    $MPos = MouseGetPos()
    If ($MPos[0] >= $WPos[0]) And ($MPos[0] <= ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) And ($MPos[1] >= $WPos[1]) And ($MPos[1] <= ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3])) Then
        WinMove($GUI, "", 300, @DesktopHeight - 280, 300, 300, 3)
    ElseIf ($MPos[0] < $WPos[0]) And ($MPos[0] > ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) And ($MPos[1] < $WPos[1]) And ($MPos[1] > ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3])) Then
        WinMove($GUI, "", 300, @DesktopHeight - 80, 300, 300, 3)
    EndIf
WEnd

test 2:

$GUI = GUICreate("Window Slide In", 300, 300, 300, @DesktopHeight - 80, $WS_POPUP, 0, WinGetHandle("Program Manager"))
GUISetState()
$WPos = WinGetPos($GUI)

While 1
    Sleep(100)
    $MPos = MouseGetPos()
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
    Select
    Case ($MPos[0] >= $WPos[0]) And ($MPos[0] <= ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) And ($MPos[1] >= $WPos[1]) And ($MPos[1] <= ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3])) 
        WinMove($GUI, "", 300, @DesktopHeight - 280, 300, 300, 3)
    Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
        Exit
    Case ($MPos[0] < $WPos[0]) And ($MPos[0] > ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) And ($MPos[1] < $WPos[1]) And ($MPos[1] > ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3]))
        WinMove($GUI, "", 300, @DesktopHeight - 80, "", "", 3)
    EndSelect
    
WEnd

both ways it slides out fine, but won't slide back when I take the mouse away. Ideas?

You have AND where you want OR for the Else condition (also added an exit):
$GUI = GUICreate("Window Slide In", 300, 300, 300, @DesktopHeight - 80)
GUISetState()
$WPos = WinGetPos($GUI)

While 1
    Sleep(100)
    $MPos = MouseGetPos()
    If ($MPos[0] >= $WPos[0]) And ($MPos[0] <= ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) And _
            ($MPos[1] >= $WPos[1]) And ($MPos[1] <= ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3])) Then
        WinMove($GUI, "", 300, @DesktopHeight - 280, 300, 300, 3)
    ElseIf ($MPos[0] < $WPos[0]) Or ($MPos[0] > ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) Or _
        ($MPos[1] < $WPos[1]) Or ($MPos[1] > ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3])) Then
        WinMove($GUI, "", 300, @DesktopHeight - 80, 300, 300, 3)
    EndIf
    If GUIGetMsg() = -3 Then Exit
WEnd

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I figured it was something small. Thanks, it works now. And here is the finished code to make it slide back in when the mouse isn't over ANY part of the window (note, I added an exit button and it is the full length of the bottom of the screen)

CODE
$GUI = GUICreate("Window Slide In", @DesktopWidth, 300, 0, @DesktopHeight - 80)

GUISetState()

$WPos = WinGetPos($GUI)

$exit = GUICtrlCreateButton("X", 100, 100, 30, 15)

GUICtrlSetBkColor($exit, 0xff0000)

While 1

Sleep(100)

$msg = GUIGetMsg()

$MPos = MouseGetPos()

If ($MPos[0] >= $WPos[0]) And ($MPos[0] <= ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) And _

($MPos[1] >= $WPos[1]) And ($MPos[1] <= ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3])) Then

WinMove($GUI, "", 0, @DesktopHeight - 280, @DesktopWidth, 300, 3)

ElseIf ($MPos[0] < $WPos[0]) Or ($MPos[0] > ($WPos[0] + $WPos[2])) Or _

($MPos[1] < ($WPos[1] - 200)) Or ($MPos[1] > ($WPos[1] + $WPos[3])) Then

WinMove($GUI, "", 0, @DesktopHeight - 80, @DesktopWidth, 300, 3)

ElseIf $msg = $exit Then

Exit

EndIf

If GUIGetMsg() = -3 Then Exit

WEnd


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