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  • Send Message :MultipleWindows in AMS

    Heres a small example of using multiple windows from a single program which is based on Worms remote control code.
    Note: you will have to compile this to run it, it wont run as a preview.
    Download MultipleWindows.apz

  • #2
    good idea :yes
    thanks for share it with us
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    • #3
      Mirrored at amsuser.com:

      http://www.amsuser.com/ams/examples/...7-Clueless.apz

      Thanks.
      Intrigued

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      • #4
        Getting an Error on F5 preview!!!

        Greets Can any one Let me Know Why I Get This error when y press F5

        Thanks
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        • #5
          Getting an Error on F5 preview!!!

          Greets Can any one Let me Know Why I Get This error when y press F5

          Thanks
          Attached Files

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          • #6
            Originally posted by DaSoulRed View Post
            Greets Can any one Let me Know Why I Get This error when y press F5

            Thanks
            You must build the project (F7), not preview it with F5.

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            • #7
              I get same error regarless i do F5 or F8 after i execute the file. :(

              yhb

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              • #8
                I just downloaded , compiled and ran the program and everything is working without error.

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                • #9
                  Works fine here.

                  If you Preview (click the F5 key) you will get that error.

                  If you follow the instructions in the first post of this thread and compile (read: Build) it (F7), then run that executable (.exe), it will work fine.

                  F7, not F5, or F8, etc.
                  Last edited by Intrigued; 05-31-2008, 04:31 PM.
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