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How I can Tile some opened windows horizontally or vertically

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I've some command prompt windows, opened by AutoIt script to ping some Hosts.

I need an AutoIt command to Tile them.

Edited by mohammadezazi

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I need a AutoIt command

Really? And you expect us to drop everything and rush around producing one? :huh:

What have you tried yourself that has not worked? Show some effort first - then you might get a bit of help. :)

A few hints: get the size of the DeskTop and decide the size you need for each DOSbox. Then collect the handles of these (if you have not already done so as they were created). Run a loop resizing each box and placing it in the correct place using WinMove - a simple algorithm will allow you to adjust the x and y values as the loop progresses. ;)


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You can get the coordinates of the four corners of the desktop (screen area excluding the taskbar) and thus consequently height and width of the desktop with _WinAPI_SystemParametersInfo($SPI_GETWORKAREA). See here for working example:

Then you can use WinMove.

Edited by robertcollier4

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