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juffinhalli

Hi!

Need help in determining the size of the function I created the window.

I quote the example source code:

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#include <GUIConstants.au3>

GUICreate("Primary window",@DesktopWidth,100,0,0)

$1_0menu = GUICtrlCreateMenu ("&Form")

GUISetState (@SW_SHOW)

$1_1menu = GUICtrlCreateMenuitem ("Create",$1_0menu)

GUICtrlSetState(-1,$GUI_DEFBUTTON) ;

$1_2menu = GUICtrlCreateMenuitem ("Exit",$1_0menu,)

$2_0menu = GUICtrlCreateMenu ("?")

Func nF ()

GUICreate("Secondary window",400,200,-1,-1,$WS_SIZEBOX) ;

GUISetState (@SW_SHOW)

EndFunc

GUISetState ()

While 1

$msg = GUIGetMsg()

Select

Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE or $msg = $1_2menu

ExitLoop

Case $msg = $1_1menu ;

nF()

EndSelect

WEnd

Exit

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Need to know the number of Pixley vertically and horizontally for the child created window "Secondary window".

Please help who knows

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Melba23

juffinhalli,

Welcome to the AutoIt forums. :)

Look at WinGetPos in the Help file:

Success: Returns a 4-element array containing the following information:

$array[0] = X position

$array[1] = Y position

$array[2] = Width

$array[3] = Height

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GEOSoft

To add to what Melba23 stated.

You are better off to assign a variable to the GUICreate()

$Frm = GUICreate("Primary window",@DesktopWidth,100,0,0)

Then use

$aFrm_Size = WinGetPos($Frm)
MsgBox(0, "Result", "The window size is" & @CRLF & $aFrm_Size[2] & " x " & $aFrm_Size[3])

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juffinhalli

Thanks, this helped solve my problem

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