[AHK & AHK_L] Forms Framework 0.8
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Does anyone know how I can get the toolbar look/style as if visual style/theme is not enabled?
More like themeless toobar.
Like this (Visual style is disabled):
Instead of this (Visual style is enabled):
I looked into it on msdn but couldn't find anything, I know its possible because I see some applications have it.
hToolbar:= Toolbar_Add(hGui, "TBHandler", "flat", TB_IL, "x20 y20 h128 w600") DllCall("uxtheme\SetWindowTheme", "Uint", hToolbar, "Uint", 0, "UintP", 0)
Please explain the start point? I downloaded maul.esel's latest fixed version from git. But how to start?
I exported files, and trying to launch JumpToFunction.ahk, but it throws error message
how to build GUI? does it visual gui constructor for AHK or somethink else?
_.ahk is saved in _ folder, you will need to copy it to your stdlib directory or put #include in JumpToFunction.ahk
You can find several Gui Creator scripts in forum.
This topic is old but people are still using it I presume. I see the documentation and syntax used for the Form framework but I'd love to have an example or 2 of how to set it up.
For now I'm looking at putting a button on a title bar of a running notepad instance. Thought this might be the solution. Thinking about maybe even creating a basic gui with a button on it and attaching it to the notepad instance with the Dock function included in this framework. Don't know just toying with ideas right now. Any other ideas to attach a button to a running instance of another app like notepad.
Which Version of AutoHotkey you tested Forms Frameworks 0.8 with? I just tested within following environment - and DockA worked fine:
AHK Version: 1.1.15.00
Unicode: Yes (32-bit)
Operating System: WIN_7 (64-bit)
Admin Rights: Yes
Forms Framework was taken from https://github.com/m.../FormsFramework