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The default size of the "Script Definition" window (the window where the script steps are on the right and the commands are on the left when you are editing a script) is rather small. Is there a way to make this window maximum size without stretching it each time it is opened. I've read back for a year and did a search...without success.

Respectfully

Eun Mi

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FMP5 allows the window to be resized. There was a hack for FMP4 that made the window bigger, at least for the MasOS version. It was not FileMaker Inc approved. Search one of the software archives for it.

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Thank you Vaughan,

While it is true that you can resize it in FMP5 (Win), you must drag it left and right and up and down to make it full size. Surely, someone must have a work around for this...Hopefully...??

With respect,

Eun Mi

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  • 2 weeks later...

This resizing is a problem with all dialogues allowing it in FM 5; The application does not remember how you set the size. Someone with influence needs to make the suggestion to FilemakerPro that a solution is desirable. Resizing them all the time is a pain.

Chris

[ April 11, 2001: Message edited by: Chris Wood ]

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Eunmi66:

I tried to resize the opening script window and editing window with Macro Express and it works with a charm.

In Macro express you set the current window to upper left corner. Then issue a maximize window command in Macro express, and bingo! The window takes up the whole screen.

You can assign this macro to a hot key, and you can set it to work only on a certain window.

You can get Macro Express at: www.macros.com

(I also posted this response in the FM5 forum)

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