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How do I make a script open in a smaller window?

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@thefirewolf it is a bit difficult to help you with code when you don't actually post the code. You're asking us to first guess at whether this "window" is an IE or chrome window, a third-party application, or a GUI you built, and then help you troubleshoot it; doesn't make a lot of sense does it? Help us help you by posting your code, or at least providing a decent explanation of what you're trying to accomplish ;)

 


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1 hour ago, thefirewolf said:

make it open up to the size it was last time?

On exit : WinGetPos and store the values in a .ini file
On start : read the values from the .ini then WinMove

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Grab a corner and drag it? You are seriously making no sense.

 

Edit: And stick to one thread per topic.

Edited by JLogan3o13

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19 minutes ago, JLogan3o13 said:

Grab a corner and drag it? You are seriously making no sense.

 

Edit: And stick to one thread per topic.

I already tried it ..

 

 

To be honest I forgot that I had already opened a topic so I opened a new one

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