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  • Window.GetSize on windows 10

    Hello everyone.
    The aim is to position the window at the bottom with adjustment in width :
    Code:
    display = System.GetDisplayInfo();
    result = Window.GetSize(Application.GetWndHandle());
    handle = Application.GetWndHandle();
    x=display.Height -  result.Height
    Window.SetPos(handle,0,x);
    Window.SetSize(Application.GetWndHandle(), display.Width,result.Height);
    The position is correct under windows xp and windows 7 but not under windows 10 ! There are right, left and bottom margins !


  • #2
    Long time since I've done anything with AMS . On my Win10 system if I set the project window to flat then this code:-

    tdisplay = System.GetDisplayInfo();
    w=tdisplay.Width
    h=tdisplay.Height
    Window.SetSize(Application.GetWndHandle(), w, h/2);
    Window.SetPos(Application.GetWndHandle(), 0, h/2);

    works perfectly but if I change project window to standard then I also get a little bit of the desktop peeking through - try a flat window.

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    • #3
      Thank you longedge but in my project I am obliged to use a window :(

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      • #4
        What is the difference in pixel between a window (border) under windows 10 and 7 ?

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        • #5
          What is the difference in pixel between a window (border) under windows 10 and 7 ?
          The answer is 7 pixels

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          • #6
            In times past when I was actually using AMS I would probably have spoofed it and not worried about the why's and wherefore's . If you're interested the attached apz works on my computer.
            Attached Files

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            • #7
              Thank you longedge
              im added this command on my code

              Code:
              display = System.GetDisplayInfo();
              result = Window.GetSize(Application.GetWndHandle());
              
              handle = Application.GetWndHandle();
              x=display.Height-  result.Height
              Window.SetPos(handle,0,x);
              Window.SetSize(Application.GetWndHandle(), display.Width,result.Height;);
              ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              osName = System.GetOSName();
              if ((osName == "Windows 10") or (osName == "Windows Server 10")) then 
                  Window.SetSize(Application.GetWndHandle(), display.Width+16,result.Height;);
                  Window.SetPos(handle,-8,x+8);
              end;
              -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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              • #8
                Using flat mode meaning nothing anymore, all mine are done in flat mode and still look and feel like there window apps, don't get windows and flat mode confused in a means that you can't do the same, older versions of 8 don't work right on windows mode so we all changed to flat made along time ago for apps we need to mess with sizes

                Plugins or Sources MokoX
                BunnyHop 2021 Here

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