Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

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Hellbent
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

03 Jun 2019, 12:37

@burque505
Thank you.

Here is a new one I just finished up. Once again, it's just a very simple gui created using Gdip and my Gdip editor.

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DataLife
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

03 Jun 2019, 14:00

Where can I get your GDIP editor?
Check out my scripts. (MyIpChanger) (ClipBoard Manager) (SavePictureAs)
All my scripts are tested on Windows 10, AutoHotkey 32 bit Ansi unless otherwise stated.
Hellbent
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

03 Jun 2019, 14:40

DataLife wrote:
03 Jun 2019, 14:00
Where can I get your GDIP editor?
It's in the scripts and functions section, I posted it in early to mid March so just go back a few pages and you should find it no problem.

I don't remember the exact title but it was something like [Editor]Gdip Bitmap maker .

Somethings to keep in mind when using it is that it's a Alpha release so be sure to save often (saving takes a fair bit of time, so don't save too often lol).
Also, if you're making a bitmap with loads and loads of elements, it is a good idea to save and reload the editor every now and then. There is a bug that can randomly cause the bitmap to suddenly go all black and everything will be lost. It doesn't happen often (I have done 100+ bitmaps with it and it's only happened 3-4 times).

When you are re-saving a bitmap, save it as a new bitmap, for example if i'm making a window background the first time I save it I'll call it something like BG 1, then the next time I save it I'll save it as BG 2 etc.

Saving takes a fair bit of time (1-3 mins for bitmaps that have loads of elements) Atm the only way to know when it's done saving is that a traytip will pop up saying "Done" and you'll hear a SoundBeep. I've never tried doing anything with the editor while it's saving so I can only say that while it's saving, don't do anything in the editor.

When you clone a element, Select the clone in the List box to update it's info.
If you minimize the editor, the bitmaps will look like they are gone when you reactivate the window, just right click one of the side panels and it will redraw your bitmaps.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask.


***Edit***
Here is a little demo of the editor.
The current version has a number of new features, but this demo shows the basic idea of it's use.

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DataLife
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

04 Jun 2019, 13:26

burque505 wrote:
04 Jun 2019, 09:54
@DataLife, that link is here.
thanks, got it.
Check out my scripts. (MyIpChanger) (ClipBoard Manager) (SavePictureAs)
All my scripts are tested on Windows 10, AutoHotkey 32 bit Ansi unless otherwise stated.
Hellbent
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

27 Jun 2019, 19:51

Gdip Gui.

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A few different color variations
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

27 Jun 2019, 22:42

It doesn't even look like you made it in AHK!
Holy crap!
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Klark92
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

28 Jun 2019, 10:50

Hellbent wrote:
27 Jun 2019, 19:51
Gdip Gui.

Tips enabled and disabled

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A few different color variations

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You should share that with us. :)
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burque505
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

30 Jun 2019, 17:57

:bravo: @Hellbent, you never cease to amaze. :bravo:
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elModo7
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

18 Jul 2019, 05:51

burque505 wrote:
30 Jun 2019, 17:57
:bravo: @Hellbent, you never cease to amaze. :bravo:
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burque505
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tmplinshi
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

18 Aug 2019, 13:44

Image

It's an example of using Scale9.

Source on GitHub
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m3user
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

24 Aug 2019, 10:50

Tmplinshi, that's impressive. Could you share the code?
burque505
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

24 Aug 2019, 11:17

@m3user, try the link at the bottom of the post.
tmplinshi
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

24 Aug 2019, 13:11

@m3user I've edited the description to make it more clear. :)
m3user
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

24 Aug 2019, 13:59

Thanks, this is really great. Do you think it be possible to simulate other controls, like buttons, dropdowns and tabs?
tmplinshi
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Re: Examples of Non-Standard GUIs (ActiveX, GDI, etc.)

26 Aug 2019, 15:42

m3user wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 13:59
Do you think it be possible to simulate other controls, like buttons, dropdowns and tabs?
Not in the same way as the Edit control.

For buttons, before executing Gui Show, you can retrieve all buttons, then apply skin to them with Class_ImageButton.
For tabs, you can create an invisible tab control with w0 h0 option, and then use radio buttons as the tab buttons. See topic AHK Gui tab styling for example.
For dropdowns, it's a little difficult, you can combine with a button and a popup GUI.. See these images for example, I can't post the code though, I wrote it for someone.

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