Solved New Form from console application

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Liduen

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Hi guys, :)

I wrote a console application, but now I wanted to add a form to it. I've already made my form.h and added it as a new element to my project.
But how do I implement this form into my console application?
Where do I have to include what and in which order?
How do I start the form from my console application?
And last but not least, how do I hide the console? (after hopefully getting this to work :D )

Thanks, :)
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Syperus

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If i were you I would start a new form project and go from there. Your IDE will auto generate the required files and input necessary to get a basic form going.
 

Liduen

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Is there no other way to do it?
What are the disadvantages of using the console project?
 

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Well you could use a console project, then add a "Windows Form" to it and in your form.h you export a certain function which shows the form. Then you'll define the extern void showform(); and call it if needed in your console code. There was a tutorial on howto do this for injected .dlls.
 

Liduen

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Thank you I'll check it out! :)

If I would do it through a new windows forms project-
Does it affect the speed / performance of my aimbot/CPU if I use a timer in my form which triggers every 10ms und runs my programm?
Or should I do it somehow else?
 
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