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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.WindowHotspotTooltip


Name WindowHotspotTooltip
Type Method
Summary Changes the tooltip text for a hotspot in a miniwindow
Prototype long WindowHotspotTooltip(BSTR WindowName, BSTR HotspotId, BSTR TooltipText);

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Description

This function lets you change the tooltip text for an existing hotspot.

For more information, see:

http://www.gammon.com.au/mushclient/mw_hotspots.htm

WindowName - the name of an existing miniwindow. Names are case-sensitive.

HotspotId - the hotspot id associated with this particular hotspot. Hotspot IDs are case-sensitive.

TooltipText - the text here is shown automatically if you "hover" the mouse over the hotspot for about a second. It is then removed after a few seconds. This is intended for help messages (maximum 999 characters). If there is a tab character (0x09) in the tooltip text, the text before the tab is considered the tooltip title (shown in bold on a separate line), and the rest of the text is the non-bold tooltip text.


Note: Available in version 4.41 onwards.


Lua example
WindowHotspotTooltip (win, "hs1",  "Click here to be cured")
Returns eNoSuchWindow - no such miniwindow
eHotspotNotInstalled - no such hotspot
eOK - completed OK

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Introduced in version 4.41

See also ...

Function Description
WindowAddHotspot Adds a hotspot to a miniwindow
WindowCreate Creates a miniwindow
WindowDeleteAllHotspots Deletes all hotspots from a miniwindow
WindowDeleteHotspot Deletes a hotspot from a miniwindow
WindowDragHandler Adds a drag handler to a miniwindow hotspot
WindowHotspotInfo Returns information about a hotspot
WindowHotspotList Lists all hotspots installed into a miniwindow

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