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Hey i need 2 windows to be touching horizontally while being in the center of the screen (vertically) and not overlapping. can someone give me two positions that would work? |¯||¯| <-- Anyone know how i can do this?...shouldnt be hard.

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Hey i need 2 windows to be touching horizontally while being in the center of the screen (vertically) and not overlapping. can someone give me two positions that would work? |¯||¯| <-- Anyone know how i can do this?...shouldnt be hard.

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these 2 functions and 2 macro's should get you there:

WinGetPos()

WinMove()

@DesktopWidth

@DesktopHeight


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Can you give me an example? ive played around with that stuff and its not working...

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Opt("WinTitleMatchMode", 2) 
FileWriteLine("file1.txt","file 1")
FileWriteLine("file2.txt","file 2")
run("notepad file1.txt")
run("notepad file2.txt")
WinWait("file2.txt - Notepad")
$maxWidth = 400
$maxHeight = 400
msgbox(0,'demo','Start center of the 2 windows')
$w1=WinGetPos("file1.txt - Notepad")
$w2=WinGetPos("file2.txt - Notepad")
WinMove("file1.txt - Notepad",'',@DesktopWidth/2-($maxWidth/2),(@DesktopHeight/2)-($maxHeight/2),$maxWidth/2,$maxHeight)
WinMove("file2.txt - Notepad",'',@DesktopWidth/2,(@DesktopHeight/2)-($maxHeight/2),$maxWidth/2,$maxHeight)
msgbox(0,'demo','Restore window positions')
WinMove("file1.txt - Notepad",'',$w1[0],$w1[1],$w1[2],$w1[3])
WinMove("file2.txt - Notepad",'',$w2[0],$w2[1],$w2[2],$w2[3])

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