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How can i create a Tray box?

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LeHuynhNam

I've searched and read about tray box, but when i downloaded Xskin.au3, it had some error. I can create my tray box, If any body know the way to creat a tray box with or without Xskin.au3 please help me!


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LeHuynhNam

Some body help me? How can i create this tray box?

My Xskin.au3 has some error i can't use it!

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Some body help me? How can i create this tray box?

My Xskin.au3 has some error i can't use it!

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This is a message from "EzSkin" not "XSkin" they are two different thiings

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Hello! I'm Le Huynh Nam, I'm vietnamese! i have some question can u show me to resolve it?

1. Can i change the default Ezskin folder to Skin folder? How can i do it?

2. How can i make a Tray box? u can post your reply at

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...mp;#entry614416

Thanks for reading it!

I look forward to receiving your reply soon!

#1

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As I have been asked numerous times..

The EzSkin Location is hard coded, however, this may changed very easily.

just look at line # 698 you will see... (or just search for @ScriptDir)

Global $213A908B3713BB99 = @ScriptDir & $213AE08D5A13BB99

You may change this @ScriptDir to any folder/location you wish.

You should not make any other changes.. just the folder location

... you can place XSkin stuff in there too!

#2

The Tray message box function looks like this...

Func XSkinTrayBox($TBTitle, $TBText)
    If StringInStr($TBText, @CRLF) Then Return
    XSkinMsgBox($TBTitle, $TBText, "", 3)
EndFunc   ;==>XSkinTrayBox

it calls the XSkinMsgBox function

XSkin.au3 is required to make them work

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If you want to mix the two just point the XSkin folder to the same location as the EzSkin folder.

$Skin_Folder = @ScriptDir & "\Skins\Black-Yellow" ; just change the ocation here

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