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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.GetWorldWindowPositionX

Name GetWorldWindowPositionX
Type Method
Summary Returns the position and size of a specific world window
Prototype BSTR GetWorldWindowPositionX(short Which);

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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.

Note: Available in 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.
Returns Returns a string in the form:


eg. "0,0,669,479"
Introduced in version 3.66

See also ...

Function Description
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

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