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SetCommandWindowHeight

Script function

world.SetCommandWindowHeight

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Type

Method

Summary

Set the height of the command (input) window

Prototype

long SetCommandWindowHeight(short Height);

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Description

Sets the height of the command window in pixels.


Available in MUSHclient version 4.28 onwards.



VBscript example

SetCommandWindowHeight 15  ' enough for a line
SetCommandWindowHeight 0    ' not visible


Jscript example

SetCommandWindowHeight (15)  // enough for a line
SetCommandWindowHeight  (0)  // not visible


Lua example

SetCommandWindowHeight (15)  -- enough for a line
SetCommandWindowHeight  (0)  -- not visible


Return value

eBadParameter: Specified height is < 0 or such that the output window would be < 20 pixels high.
eOK: Completed OK

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See Also ...

Functions

(GetMainWindowPosition) Returns the position and size of the main MUSHclient window
(GetNotepadWindowPosition) Returns the position and size of the specified notepad window
(GetWorldWindowPosition) Returns the position and size of the current world window
(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
(SetWorldWindowStatus) Sets the scroll bar position, and hides or shows it

(Help topic: function=SetCommandWindowHeight)

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