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No. You would have to utilize some external code like VBScript.

 

OK, I understand. Is there a way to set a window's attributes, transparency and always on top, by posting or sending a message to that window using the commands in MEPRO for posting/sending messages to windows?

 

If yes, what would be the format of the command?

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I've never tried that. If you get it to work I'd love to see how you did it. I'd try something in VBScript and run it as an External script. I know in VB.NET setting the ME form's opacity is simple but I don't know how one changes another program's form's opacity. I see someone posted an AutoHotKey macro that does this. You might check it out for clues.

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