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Windows Resizer

Ever want to resize a game windows? or some windows you normally can't be resized? Now with the Windows Resizer you can resize windows to suit your case easily.

Just hit Ctrl+Left Click at the window to get the Title of the window you want, and click Capture, move your mouse as your sizing tool. After, just click resize and the windows will be moved to where you want it to be.

*Wanring: For some game windows, control's pos may not be resized, please re-consider.

Anyways i made this because sometimes i had to resize the game windows but it won't allow me to do it, though i can just open autoit and use winmove, but entering all the parameter is annoying. So then i came up with this idea. Worked well too.

Feel free to comment and improve the code, or download attachment below.

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Windows_Resizer.au3

Edit: Fixed Bugs.

Edited by Generator

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Thank you, nice work and idea :rolleyes:

Feature request/suggestion :

Dropdown history list on input box of previously resized windows for quickly selecting a window to resize.

Set the gui to Topmost so it's always on top.

I tried it on windows calculator , notepad, scite but the capture doesn't seem to see the or fill in the window title into the input box.

But manually type the title and hit resize and it reduces the window to 1/2 the width.

I must be doing something wrong

Cheers

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Anymore comments?

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Get the client size to reduce in correlation as well, and you'd have something there. Other than that, I don't see anything that WinMove() couldn't do on it's own.

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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nice and useful!

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Manadar, check out this..

http://www.digitallis.co.uk/pc/ResizeEnable/

I've been using this for years. I rarely need it, but when I need it, it's very handy. It also moves and resizes the controls within the window. With ResizeEnable you just resize them, there's no settings whatsoever.

;o)

(or


nothing is foolproof to the sufficiently talented fool..

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