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use the attached files I think you will understand

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U used $WS_EX_LAYERED .. thats my problem i can't use it. I need demo-bg.jpg as the background and not the objects behind the window as background..you understand? :lmao:

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U used $WS_EX_LAYERED .. thats my problem i can't use it. I need demo-bg.jpg as the background and not the objects behind the window as background..you understand? :lmao:

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So You understand. WS_EX_LAYERED is mandatory for transparency.

Currently you cannot have a transparent pic on top of another Pic control.

I hope one day to find a solution for this situation. o:)

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That's bad...

I think this is needed (transparency for a pic ontop another pic)..it could be used in so many situations... :|

So ..i'll try toput a "background"window behind the main window.. a very bad workaorund but theonly one i have i think :lmao:

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Like I said. Better .gif transparency support. :lmao: Or even if we could have something like $ACS_TRANSPARENT (Avi style) for images.

Edit: Sorry, $ACS_TRANSPARENT only shows the background color of the GUI, not any images behind it. My mistake.

He (we?) want AutoIt to support .gif's the way that browsers do.

Posted Image

AutoIt:

GuiCreate('AutoIt Window', 256, 223)

GuiCtrlCreatePic('nw_backdrop.gif', 0, 0, 256, 223, 0)
GuiCtrlCreatePic('kamaitachi.gif', 120, 120, 44, 80)

GuiSetState()

Do
Until GUIGetMsg() = -3

HTML:

<title>IE Window</title>
<img src="nw_backdrop.gif" style="position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0">
<img src="kamaitachi.gif" style="position: absolute; top: 120px; left: 120px">

While we're at it, might as well ask for animated .gif support too! o:)

Edited by Saunders

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some good new for game maker :lmao:

1.download the attached file and decompress in a folder

2.use the special autoit3-jpm.exe with the included script

3. use direction keys

4....

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some good new for game maker :lmao:

1.download the attached file and decompress in a folder

2.use the special autoit3-jpm.exe with the included script

3. use direction keys

4....

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Very nice!

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