I've already written a test tool in order to localize the problem.
This are two screenshots: One of Danielsan73:
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#NoEnv ; Recommended for performance and compatibility with future AutoHotkey releases. #Warn ; Recommended for catching common errors. SendMode Input ; Recommended for new scripts due to its superior speed and reliability. SetWorkingDir %A_ScriptDir% ; Ensures a consistent starting directory. gui,1:Default w:=A_ScreenWidth-50 h:=A_ScreenHeight-200 gui,add,button,w200 h30, A button of a big window gui,show, x15 y15 w%w% h%h%, GUI 1 Big gui,2:Default gui,add,button,w200 h30, OK gui,show, x30 y10 w220 h50, GUI 2 gui,3:Default gui,add,text,w200 , some Text gui,+hwndGUI2HWND gui,show,,GUI 3 WinMove,ahk_id %GUI2HWND%,,30,140,220, 100 gui,4:default gui,add,button,,a button gui,show,,GUI 4 WinMove,GUI 4,,30,350 gui,5:default gui,add,text,w200 , some Text gui,add,button,w300 h100,a button gui,show,,GUI 5 return 1guiclose: 2guiclose: 3guiclose: 4guiclose: 5guiclose: ExitApp
This is how it looks on my computer:
This are the results of my analysis:
GUI 4 and 5 are same size in both pictures. The sizes of the GUIs were not specified in the script.
GUI 1, 2 and 3 have wrong size. The sizes of the GUIs were either set on creation or they were moved. Although the sizes of GUIs 2 and 3 were set to a specific value, they are not correct. GUI 1 was set to be almost screen-filling, depending of a_screenheight and a_screenwidth. Althoug the values in those build in variables are correct (already tested in an other test script), the GUI becomes too big.
What may be the reason and solution?