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I'm trying to have my script open a new (blank) window, but all i can find in the help file is how to open a message box... can someone please help me with this?

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I'm trying to have my script open a new (blank) window

Would that be an explorer window?

such as:

Run('explorer.exe c:\Program Files\')

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No, not an explorer window... just a blank window (absoloutly nothing in it except a blue bar accross the top and an X to close it)

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Like this:

#include <GUIConstants.au3>

GUICreate('')

GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)

While GUIGetMsg() <> -3
WEnd

Beta version is best with Gui stuff.

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you have to have the beta version for gui stuff to work and show up in the help file


[font="Times"] If anyone remembers me, I am back. Maybe to stay, maybe not.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/font][font="Times"]Things I am proud of: Pong! in AutoIt | SearchbarMy website: F.R.I.E.S.A little website that is trying to get started: http://thepiratelounge.net/ (not mine)[/font][font="Times"] ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[/font][font="Arial"]The newbies need to stop stealing avatars!!! It is confusing!![/font]

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so it wont work with my non beta version?

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Correct !

For it to work you have to download autoit-v3.1.0.exe from here..

Good luck !

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