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Another Sliding Toolbar

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dantay9

I have seen a few of these on the forum and some looked pretty cool, so I decided to make my own. I improved upon the run commands and the icon settings of most of the toolbars. I also clipped the toolbar to the sides of the screen. I didn't see any other toolbar do that. Also added support to open websites. The GUI is a little bit lacking, though. Tell me what you think about how it functions.

Sliding Toolbar.au3

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picea892

hey there

Getting an error on startup....I'm guessing there is something missing in your created ini file....but will let you fix and repost instead of fiddleing around.

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AutoIt Error

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Line 42 (File "C:\Desktop\Sliding Toolbar.au3"):

$Labels[$x] = GUICtrlCreateLabel($LabelNames[$x][1], $Left, 8, 72, 17, BitOR($SS_CENTER, $SS_SUNKEN))

$Labels[$x] = GUICtrlCreateLabel($LabelNames^ ERROR

Error: Subscript used with non-Array variable.

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OK

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WideBoyDixon

I think you're missing this line from the script.

Global Const $Anim_Hide = 0x00010000

WBD

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dantay9

Thank you WideBoyDixon. I did forget that. Updated first post.

@picea892

I did not get that error. Line 17 creates the ini file if it does not exist. The inireadsection is not called until lines 19 and 20.


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dantay9

wasn't that done before by .... don't remember

Yeah. It was done already. I can remember who did it though. I just decided to make my own. The one that I remember didn't run as smoothly and didn't allow side switching and side lock. It didn't have the icon recognition either. Mine is also smaller (in kb).

Edit: Might have been here. Not sure though.

Edited by dantay9

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