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Problem with displaying Polygons

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Moin,

I have a problem with a little sample about a digital clock display in a window.

The (translated) script works, but the digital clock is not displayed centered in the client area.

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and so it should be:

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Could somebody give me a hint what's wrong in the code, please ?

I don't know how to debug this in AutoIt.

Func WindowProc ($hWnd, $uMsg, $wParam, $lParam)
    
    $szBuffer   = DllStructCreate ('char szBuffer[2]')
    $lpszBuffer = DllStructGetPtr ($szBuffer)
    
    Switch $uMsg
        
        Case $WM_CREATE
             $hBrushRed = CreateSolidBrush (RGB (255, 0, 0))
             SetTimer ($hWnd, $ID_TIMER, 1000, $NULL)
             ContinueCase       ;  weiter mit WM_SETTINGCHANGE
            
        Case $WM_SETTINGCHANGE
             GetLocaleInfo ($LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT, $LOCALE_ITIME, $lpszBuffer, 2)
             $f24hour = (DllStructGetData ($szBuffer, 'szBuffer', 1) == '1') ;
        
             GetLocaleInfo ($LOCALE_USER_DEFAULT, $LOCALE_ITLZERO, $lpszBuffer, 2) ;
             $fSuppress = (DllStructGetData ($szBuffer, 'szBuffer', 1) == '0') ;

             InvalidateRect ($hWnd, $NULL, TRUE) ; löst eine WM_PAINT Nachricht aus
             
        Case $WM_SIZE
             $cxClient = LOWORD ($lParam)
             $cyClient = HIWORD ($lParam)
            
        Case $WM_TIMER
             InvalidateRect ($hWnd, $NULL, TRUE) ; löst eine WM_PAINT Nachricht aus
            
        Case $WM_PAINT          
             $ps     = DllStructCreate ($tagPAINTSTRUCT)
             $lpPs   = DllStructGetPtr ($ps)
            
             $hDC = BeginPaint ($hWnd, $lpPs)
            
             SetMapMode ($hDC, $MM_ISOTROPIC) ;
             SetWindowExtEx ($hDC, 276, 72, $NULL) ;
             SetViewportExtEx ($hDC, $cxClient, $cyClient, $NULL) ;

             SetWindowOrgEx ($hDC, 138, 36, $NULL) ;
             SetViewportOrgEx ($hDC, $cxClient / 2, $cyClient / 2, $NULL) ;

             SelectObject ($hDC, GetStockObject ($NULL_PEN)) ;
             SelectObject ($hDC, $hBrushRed) ;

             DisplayTime ($hDC, $f24Hour, $fSuppress) ;

             EndPaint ($hWnd, $lpPs)
            
        Case $WM_CLOSE          
             DestroyWindow ($hWnd)
            
        Case $WM_DESTROY
             KillTimer ($hWnd, $ID_TIMER)
             DeleteObject ($hBrushRed) ; Aufräumarbeiten
             PostQuitMessage (0)

        Case Else
             Return DefWindowProc ($hWnd, $uMsg, $wParam, $lParam)
    EndSwitch
    
    Return 0;
    
EndFunc
;

The full code is attached, it's too long to post it ...

Greetz

Greenhorn

updated ...

DigClock.zip

Edited by Greenhorn

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I just tried playing with it and I got it to show but I'm afraid I don't understand it.

Case $WM_PAINT
            $ps = DllStructCreate($tagPAINTSTRUCT)
            $lpPs = DllStructGetPtr($ps)
            
            $hDC = BeginPaint($hWnd, $lpPs)
            
            SetMapMode($hDC, $MM_ISOTROPIC);
            SetWindowOrgEx($hDC, -50, -36, $NULL);
            SetWindowExtEx($hDC, 376, 172, $NULL);
            SetViewportOrgEx($hDC, $cxClient / 2, $cyClient / 2, $NULL);
            SetViewportExtEx($hDC, $cxClient, $cyClient, $NULL);
            SelectObject($hDC, GetStockObject($NULL_PEN));
            SelectObject($hDC, $hBrushRed);
            DisplayTime($hDC, $f24hour, $fSuppress);

            EndPaint($hWnd, $lpPs)

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Thank you very much, martin, :P

with that values I didn't played, cause I thought: if it is in the C version correct, why shouldn't it also work in the same way in AutoIt.

I'll read on the Book, maybe he (Petzold) explains why he took this values.

If you are interested, I could send you the origin C code ...

You can take a look at here http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms533192(VS.85).aspx for the coordinate functions of the Flat GDI ...

EDIT: I noticed, if I change the window's size, the size of the digit display stops resizing at a specific value in width and height ...

Greetz

Greenhorn

Edited by Greenhorn

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

OK,

I found the error ! The error was found directly in front of the screen ! :)

It was a copy error in one of the functions: The DllCall in SetViewportOrgEx must be corrected ... :(:P

Now it works almost fine with the original values in SetWindowOrgEx .

EDIT:

I noticed that the process of AutoIt.exe does not be ended if I close the window over the Systemmenu !!!

Also the TrayIcon must be disabled.

The "close button" works well, but the Systemmenu does just close the window, but not AutoIt.exe !

How can I handle this to close the application correctly ?

It seems AutoIt hangs up in the message loop if I close the window via Systemmenu or if I press the TrayIcon ... :idea:

EDIT_EDIT:

I've got it: I was (naturally) a fault of mine. The GetMessage wants a Nullpointer as parameter and not the window's handle.

That's what you get if you work with templates ... :P

Greetz

Greenhorn

Edited by Greenhorn

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