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  01 January 2014
newScript() window size

I frequently check my data by writing to a new script window
but newScript() spawns a window that's impractically small.

The only way I found to control it is to manuall size / position a newScript() window as I wish, then the next call of newScript() "remembers" that size, so it must be stored somehow.

is there any way to control the window position and size via mxs?
 
  01 January 2014
Originally Posted by Mambo4: I frequently check my data by writing to a new script window
but newScript() spawns a window that's impractically small.

The only way I found to control it is to manuall size / position a newScript() window as I wish, then the next call of newScript() "remembers" that size, so it must be stored somehow.

is there any way to control the window position and size via mxs?

See this tool by Pete (lonerobot)
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  01 January 2014
And this works only in max 2014
fn openNewScript x: y: w: h: =
(
	newscript()
	hwnd = (windows.getChildHWND 0 "Untitled - MAXScript" parent:#max)[1] as integer
	windows.setWindowPos hwnd (box2 x y w h) on
)
openNewScript x:50 y:100 w:800 h:600
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