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How to close a include gui loop .?

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GameIDevelp

hello...

I have a "main gui" with few buttons , when i click on 1 button she start one include "child gui" that have in it a loop statemet ...how to close the "child gui" not hide "close" ,, and use in continue the "main gui" ...?

---the scene--few notes--

From main gui i click button that start the another gui with "loop while" i need to have a button that close the loop an next use the main gui ,, right now my code when i start the loop i can not use the main gui until i close the child with loop ,,, onley think that worck is click on close button but not worck because close and the main gui ...

Can anyone help me with this please .?

Thanks...

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colafrysen

Do you really have to use 2 loops? (I suppose their function is to get GUImsg)

First, it would be be great if you cleaned up your text a bit as i cant understand so much of the second textblock:

From main gui i click button that start the another gui with "loop while" i need to have a button that close the loop an next use the main gui ,, right now my code when i start the loop i can not use the main gui until i close the child with loop ,,, onley think that worck is click on close button but not worck because close and the main gui ...

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GameIDevelp

i need for run a Function with IF $var =*** in Loop statemet ... and start then when I click on button in main gui...

I need a loop for chech and again chech somthink function's and I do this with Loop statement in gui child but I use a "main gui " like menue for starting this tool and close ,,, but i know just for starting for close the tool i dont now ... ,,

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GameIDevelp

nobody know how to close a Gui Child ?

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trancexx

I know it's sometimes hard, but you should really try explaining better.

Try with GUIGetMsg(1)

...or try restarting windows - that would kill the sucker.


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GameIDevelp

I have a GUI ..... a Window with few Buttons on IT .

When I click 1 Button Shee Start a another GUI Window With Loop Function on IT ,,, BUT i do not now How to close the GUI window that I start It when I click on Button ,, this I dont now ....

---Update---------------------------------------------

I think I resolve a tiny think .... just with ExitLoop .. :D

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colafrysen

I have a GUI ..... a Window with few Buttons on IT .

When I click 1 Button Shee Start a another GUI Window With Loop Function on IT ,,, BUT i do not now How to close the GUI window that I start It when I click on Button ,, this I dont now ....

Are you looking for the function GUIDelete? another command that might be of interest i GUISwitch


[font="Impact"]Use the helpfile, It´s one of the best exlusive features of Autoit.[/font]http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q555375ALIBI Run - a replacement for the windows run promptPC Controller - an application for controlling other PCs[size="1"]Science flies us to the moon. Religion flies us into buildings.[/size][size="1"]http://bit.ly/cAMPZV[/size]

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