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jaccotjuhhh
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Joined: 16 Mar 2018, 08:45

Hide all GUIs in one line

13 Apr 2018, 08:31

Hello people of the internet.

I am developing a script which will contain tens of small GUIs. And i will be adding more over time.
However, when i am done with going through the different GUIs, i want to return to my main menu.
The issue i'm having is, is being able to hide all the GUIs at once, and show the main menu again.
At this moment i have a line for every GUI, to hide. But i would have to maintain that by adding the new GUIs, and it takes up a lot of space.
So, is it possible to hide all GUIs in one line? Almost like a

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GUI *:hide
.

If the above isn't clear, here's an example code i have going

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M9:
Gui M9:Show, x3635 y850 w200 h200, M9
Return
M8:
Gui M8:Show, x3635 y850 w200 h200, M8
Return
M7:
Gui M7:Show, x3635 y850 w200 h200, M7
Return
M6:
Gui M6:Show, x3635 y850 w200 h200, M6
Return
M5:
Gui M5:Show, x3635 y850 w200 h200, M5
Return

CloseMGUI:
;
;here goes the close all gui codes
;
Return
MaxAstro
Posts: 552
Joined: 05 Oct 2016, 13:00

Re: Hide all GUIs in one line

13 Apr 2018, 12:02

If the guis have predictable names, you should be able do something like this:

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Loop, 20
	GUI M%A_Index%:hide
garry
Posts: 1825
Joined: 22 Dec 2013, 12:50

Re: Hide all GUIs in one line

13 Apr 2018, 14:52

an example

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;-------- https://autohotkey.com/boards/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=47239 ---

tot:=10
gui 20: default
Gui 20: add,button, x10  y10 w100 h26 gShowAll,ShowAllGui
Gui 20: add,button, x120 y10 w100 h26 gHideAll,HideAllGui
Gui 20: show
return

showall:
x:=5
loop,%tot%
  {
  Gui m%a_index%:show,x%x% y10 w170 h100,m%a_index%
  x:=(x+180)
  }
return

20Guiclose:
Loop,%tot%
  GUI M%A_Index%:destroy
exitapp

HideAll:
Loop,%tot%
  GUI M%A_Index%:hide
return
hunter99
Posts: 118
Joined: 20 Jan 2014, 17:57

Re: Hide all GUIs in one line

13 Apr 2018, 23:48

Hi jaccotjuhhh, try using this command:

From the docs.
GroupAdd, GroupName [, WinTitle, WinText, Label, ExcludeTitle, ExcludeText]
;===========================================
;for this example I used "allguis" as the GroupName
;May not need the Global in the gui1_hwnd and gui2_hwnd variables.

;-----------------------------------------------------
;Put this in the first Gui:

Global gui1_hwnd := WinExist()
GroupAdd, allguis, ahk_id %gui1_hwnd%
;-------------------------------------------------------
;Put this in the second Gui:

Global gui2_hwnd := WinExist()
GroupAdd, allguis, ahk_id %gui2_hwnd%
;--------------------------------------------------
;Here is your Hide and Show:

WinHide, ahk_group allguis

WinShow, ahk_group allguis
;=================================

hunter99

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