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Steph

Is there a resize event?

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The list of events GUISetOnEvent can be used for is

$GUI_EVENT_CLOSE dialog box being closed (either by defined button or system menu).

$GUI_EVENT_MINIMIZE dialog box minimized with Windows title bar button.

$GUI_EVENT_RESTORE dialog box restored by click on task bar icon.

$GUI_EVENT_MAXIMIZE dialog box maximized with Windows title bar button. 

$GUI_EVENT_MOUSEMOVE the mouse cursor has moved

$GUI_EVENT_PRIMARYDOWN the primary mouse button was pressed

$GUI_EVENT_PRIMARYUP the primary mouse button was released

$GUI_EVENT_SECONDARYDOWN the secondary mouse button was pressed 

$GUI_EVENT_SECONDARYUP the secondary mouse button was released 

So I would like to detect when the window is resized - is there a way to do this apart from using WinGetPos to compare current size to a stored size.

Thanks,

Steph

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Great idea.

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Possibly related observation I've made with an AutoIt script that told me the size of the active window.

If Windows had the setting "Show window contents while dragging" enabled, then the reported size would be updated during the resize.

If that setting was disabled, WinGetSize did not report the updated information until the resize operation was completed.


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