setCtlPos

Syntax

setCtlPos(int n, int x, int y, int w, int h)

Arguments

n
The number of the user control to resize/reposition
x
The horizontal co-ordinate of the user control's new position (in DBUs)
y
The vertical co-ordinate of the user control's new position (in DBUs)
w
The new width of the user control (in DBUs)
h
The new height of the user control (in DBUs)

Description

This function repositions and resizes the user control with the index n. The values x, y represent the horizontal and vertical position and w, h the width and height of the user control. Set the value to -1 to use the default or last defined measurement. Don't forget that all measurements are set in DBUs (dialog box units).

Example

setCtlPos(4, 230, 20, 40, 30);
setCtlPos(5, -1, -1, 50, -1);   //change only the width of user control 5

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