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GetWorldWindowPositionX

Script function

world.GetWorldWindowPositionX

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Type

Method

Summary

Returns the position and size of a specific world window

Prototype

BSTR GetWorldWindowPositionX(short Which);

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Description

This function returns the size of one of the current world's window, in pixels.

For normal scripting languages these return a string, like this: "0,0,669,479".

The first window is window number 1, the second one is 2, and so on. You create new windows by using Window menu -> New Window.


Available in MUSHclient version 3.66 onwards.



VBscript example

Note GetWorldWindowPositionX (2)


Jscript example

Note (GetWorldWindowPositionX (2))


Lua example

Not available in Lua - use GetWorldWindowPosition with a window number argument instead.


Lua notes

Lua has an optional argument to GetWorldWindowPosition which is the window number to get.


Return value

Returns a string in the form:

left,top,width,height

eg. "0,0,669,479"


See Also ...

Topic

Information

Functions

(Debug) Displays debugging information about the world
(EchoInput) A flag to indicate whether we are echoing command input to the output window
(GetConnectDuration) Returns the number of seconds this world has been connected.
(GetEntity) Retrieves the value of an MXP server-defined entity
(GetHostAddress) Returns a list of IP addresses that correspond to a host name on the Internet
(GetHostName) Returns the host name that corresponds to an IP address on the Internet
(GetInfo) Gets information about the current world
(GetInternalCommandsList) Returns a list of the internal MUSHclient command names
(GetLineCount) Gets count of lines received
(GetLineInfo) Gets details about a specified line in the output window
(GetLinesInBufferCount) Returns the number of lines in the output window
(GetMainWindowPosition) Returns the position and size of the main MUSHclient window
(GetNotepadWindowPosition) Returns the position and size of the specified notepad window
(GetNotes) Gets the world's notes
(GetQueue) Returns a variant array which is a list of queued commands
(GetReceivedBytes) Returns the number of bytes received from the world
(GetRecentLines) Assembles a block of text from recent MUD output
(GetSelectionEndColumn) Returns the endling column of the selection in the output window
(GetSelectionEndLine) Returns the last line of the selection in the output window
(GetSelectionStartColumn) Returns the starting column of the selection in the output window
(GetSelectionStartLine) Returns the starting line of the selection in the output window
(GetSentBytes) Returns the number of bytes sent to the world
(GetStyleInfo) Gets details about a specified style run for a specified line in the output window
(GetSysColor) Gets the colour of various windows items
(GetSystemMetrics) Returns selected system information from Windows
(GetWorldID) Returns the 24-character ID of the current world
(GetWorldWindowPosition) Returns the position and size of the current world window
(GetXMLEntity) Retrieves the value of a standard entity
(IsConnected) Tests to see if the world is connected to the MUD server
(MoveMainWindow) Move and resize the main MUSHclient window
(MoveNotepadWindow) Move and resize the specified notepad window
(MoveWorldWindow) Move and resize a world window
(MoveWorldWindowX) Move and resize a specific world window
(SetChanged) Sets or clears the "document has changed" flag
(SetEntity) Sets the value of an MXP entity
(UdpPortList) Returns an array of all the UDP ports in use by this world
(Version) Gets the MUSHclient version string.
(WorldAddress) Returns the TCP/IP address of the current world.
(WorldName) Gets the world's name
(WorldPort) Returns the port number of the current world.

(Help topic: function=GetWorldWindowPositionX)

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