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GodlessSinner

I write a script which will have a nice interface constructed on images, instead of standard controls, and i'm don't need for see the window title.

I want to know, how to make Gui, that сonsists(by looking from outside) from Image and can be movable, when i drag it? I hopes, you understood me...

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oMBRa

I write a script which will have a nice interface constructed on images, instead of standard controls, and i'm don't need for see the window title.

I want to know, it is really to make Gui, that сonsists from Image and can be movable, when i drag it? I hopes, you understood me...

"When I drag it" what the window? why not?

and... we cant say exactly if what you want to accomplish is really possible or not (also because I do not understand what you are asking), why dont you try before posting, and in case you have any difficulty post some code with more informations?

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Melba23

Vitas,

I have this snippet (credit to the original author) which lets you move a pop-up (and so title-less) window with the mouse.

#include <windowsconstants.au3>
#include <guiconstantsex.au3>
#include <sendmessage.au3>
$frmMain = GUICreate("Test", 393, 217, -1, -1, BitOR($WS_POPUP,$WS_BORDER))
GUISetState()

While 1
    
    $msg = GUIGetMsg()
    Switch $msg
        Case $GUI_EVENT_PRIMARYDOWN
            _SendMessage($frmMain, $WM_SYSCOMMAND, 0xF012, 0)
    EndSwitch

WEnd

This should help you start your project!

M23


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GodlessSinner

Thank you, Melba23. Initially I try to do this with "layered window"(C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\Examples\GUI\Advanced\AlphaBlend.au3), but in Windows Vista, with Aero theme, WinTitle is visible. Thanks


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CodyBarrett

if you want to make your own titlebar.. i have this snippit i use EVERYone of my GUI's with

just call the fucntion with the click Event of the control you make

Func _Win_Move_ ()
    $MouseXY = MouseGetPos ()
    $WinXY = WinGetPos ($GUI)
    $xOff = $MouseXY[0] - $WinXY[0]
    $yOFF = $MouseXY[1] - $WinXY[1]
    While _IsPressed ('01')
        WinMove ($GUI, '',MouseGetPos (0) - $xOff ,MouseGetPos (1) - $yOFF)
        Sleep (10)
    WEnd
EndFunc

EDIT it works only for the control you click on...though im not sure cause i haven't tested nor understand Sendmessage... but melba's is probably the better one.. slightly more complex to understand but better

Edited by CodyBarrett

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