- When GuiXT is started, the windows “Screen elements” and “Script” are shown.
- In the “View” Menu you can determine which windows you want displayed.
The GuiXT window can be started in three modes: “visible”, “minimized”, or “hidden”. You set the start mode in [GuiXT Profile;]
(GuiXT Profile) please click on the button
- GuiXT uses MS Notepad as default script editor. The editor is invoked from GuiXT via Edit → Script, Edit → History, … or the buttons
Instead of Notepad, you can work with an editor of your choice . Call up the profile with
and enter the program name of the editor you want to work with:
- You can copy the name of a screen element from the GuiXT “Screen Elements” window, by clicking on the desired element. Then you can paste the name in your script, avoiding typos.