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hi,

i am using this right now as an apple script step in my databases:

Property x1: 162

Property y1: 862

Property x2: 183

Property y2: 544

set the bounds of window 1 to {x1, y1, x2, y2}

this works great exept for the fact that it would be nice to set the name of, say, main.fp5 to 'main' so i can set the bounds one main to.... so it is not always working on the front most window, but on a specific one. is this possible? thanks.

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set the bounds of window "windowname" to {x1, y1, x2, y2}

This will work where windowname is the name of the database window you are trying to move/resize.

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thank you. that fixed the problem i was having were 'window 1' was resizing like mad when all my other db's were opening.

now if someone would just develop a plug-in for AppleScript window size and window position, and DID NOT charge an arm and a leg for a developers licence (MoveWindow plug-in, $179 dev. license). if i knew how to make plugins i would make one that is CHEAP! wink.gif

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Why do you need a plug-in if you can do it with AppleScript? AppleScript can be a pain in the ..., but we should all be asking for better AS support and documentation.

[ April 16, 2002, 10:59 AM: Message edited by: jfmcel ]

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