Sets the information for a tool
_GUIToolTip_SetToolInfo ( $hWnd, $sText [, $iID = 0 [, $iLeft = 0 [, $iTop = 0 [, $iRight = 0 [, $iBottom = 0 [, $iFlags = Default [, $iParam = 0]]]]]]] )
|$hWnd||Handle of the window that contains the tool, or 0|
|$sText||Text for the ToolTip control|
|$iID||[optional] Identifier of the tool, or Window handle of the control the tool is assigned to|
|$iLeft||[optional] X coordinate of the upper left corner of the rectangle|
|$iTop||[optional] Y coordinate of the upper left corner of the rectangle|
|$iRight||[optional] X coordinate of the lower right corner of the rectangle|
|$iBottom||[optional] Y coordinate of the lower right corner of the rectangle|
|$iFlags||[optional] Flags that control the ToolTip display:
$TTF_IDISHWND - Indicates that $iID is a window or control handle, instead of the ID of the tool [default]
$TTF_CENTERTIP - Centers the tooltip below the control specified by $iID
$TTF_RTLREADING - Indicates that text will be displayed in the opposite direction (right to left)
$TTF_SUBCLASS - Indicates that the control should subclass the tool's window [default]
$TTF_TRACK - Positions the tooltip window next to the tool to which it corresponds
$TTF_ABSOLUTE - Positions the window at the same coordinates provided by TTM_TRACKPOSITION. (see Remarks)
$TTF_TRANSPARENT- Causes the control to forward mouse messages to the parent window
$TTF_PARSELINKS - Indicates that links in the control text should be displayed as links
|$iParam||[optional] Application-defined value that is associated with the tool|
Some internal properties of a tool are established when the tool is created, and are not recomputed when a $TTM_SETTOOLINFO message is sent.
If you simply assign values to a TOOLINFO structure and pass it to the ToolTip control with a $TTM_SETTOOLINFO message, these properties may be lost.
Instead your application should first request the tool's current TOOLINFO structure by sending a $TTM_GETTOOLINFO message.
Then, modify the members of this structure as needed and pass it back to the ToolTip control with $TTM_SETTOOLINFO.
When calling $TTM_SETTOOLINFO, the string pointed to by the Text member of the TOOLINFO structure must not exceed 80 characters in length.