Thank you for fixing those. The combobox and listbox work perfectly now. All of the controls that I see myself needing for my next project seem to be in order. The only problem I encountered this time was the new .gm6 example had a gml error in the creation of the Win2 instance. In the .gm6 code, you had the variables 'window_left', 'window_top', etc. which are only available in prior versions. (Sorry, I know it was a little slip and how frustrating it can be when you work so hard on something and upload it, only for an annoying little error to pop up, forcing you to have to upload the entire thing again...and again. )
I just have one question right now. Do you plan on creating a visual designer for this? If not, I can build my own version and maybe pass it your way for inspection, and you can see if it's suitable for a release here. If you're wondering if I'm capable of such a task, you can check out the source file that is provided with the program in my signature. Also, I had just about finished creating a visual designer for Roach's GMWW, but I didn't consider sharing it with him or anyone until he released the next version of his dll. But if you would like to see the approach I was taking in creating that designer, I can send you the source file I have right now. I know you can do a designer yourself, but it might be nice if you didn't have to do so much work.
Haha, i make my project from gm5 and if i'm done i load it into gm6 and make a .gm6 example, thats why the window_left vars are there, i forgot to make numbers of them.
But what do you mean with a visual designer ?
Like a window form editor using WS_SIZEBOX style for every control?
That reminds me i have to make functions for getting/setting positions of controls, and making a function to get the window handle from a control ID.
But i'm working on dialogs like open/save file and about boxes now for the new version.