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The WINDOW() function takes one or two parameters and returns information about a window. With one parameter, it refers to the window that that action is operating on in actions like the Manipulate a Window. If the action does not refer to a window, then the function refers to the main/focused/front window. With two parameters, the first parameter specifies which window in the front application to operate on.

The first parameter may be:

  • 0: the main or action window.
  • Positive Number: the indexed window from front to back.
  • Negative Number: the indexed window from back to front.

The second parameter specifies the desired coordinate and can be:

  • Left
  • Right
  • Top
  • Bottom
  • Width
  • Height
  • MidX
  • MidY

The WINDOW() function returns the desired coordinate of the specified window.

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function/WINDOW.txt · Last modified: 2017/03/05 21:24 by peternlewis