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Hello fellow scripters.

So i've almost finished my app but i have a problem!!

While Sleep(500)
    If $D = True Then
        If Not WinActive("Rapidshare Downloader") Then
            $OldWin = 1
        EndIf
        If WinActive("Rapidshare Downloader") And $oldWin = 1 Then
            $WinList = WinList("RapidLoader")
            For $I = 1 To $WinList[0][0]
                WinActivate($WinList[$I][1])
            Next
            WinActivate("Rapidshare Downloader")
            $OldWin = 0
        EndIf
    EndIf
WEnd

So this is the loop on my GUI. When the gui is activated it will then activate 10 other windows and then finally activate itself again. Now this kind of works but its got some problems.

1) its slow

2) not instant

Does anyone know of a better way to bring 10 windows to the foreground just behind the main window?

And just so you know the 10 other windows are not in the script.


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Hello fellow scripters.

So i've almost finished my app but i have a problem!!

While Sleep(500)
    If $D = True Then
        If Not WinActive("Rapidshare Downloader") Then
            $OldWin = 1
        EndIf
        If WinActive("Rapidshare Downloader") And $oldWin = 1 Then
            $WinList = WinList("RapidLoader")
            For $I = 1 To $WinList[0][0]
                WinActivate($WinList[$I][1])
            Next
            WinActivate("Rapidshare Downloader")
            $OldWin = 0
        EndIf
    EndIf
WEnd

So this is the loop on my GUI. When the gui is activated it will then activate 10 other windows and then finally activate itself again. Now this kind of works but its got some problems.

1) its slow

2) not instant

Does anyone know of a better way to bring 10 windows to the foreground just behind the main window?

And just so you know the 10 other windows are not in the script.

Use _WinAPI_SetWindowPos(), with the $hAfter parameter set to the window you want to set the position just UNDER in the Z-order. Red this topic for more information: Z-Order, how to restore a window's position?

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