2-19 pm 02-26-09
Hi is it accepted knowledge that the LastWindowRect window placement method is proprietary to Gabest or Gulverski?
I would like to know how the string of characters listed as the value of LastWindowRect in the mplayerc.ini file relates to a an absolute pixel screen position.
The fact that it is obfuscated (to me) implies it is intentional.
Will anyone that knows ....ever bother to reply to this post?
Thanks in advance for a knowledged based answer.
It's the RECT structure, encodes four 32 bit integers.
Thank you for the reply.
Is is possible for me to assign a pixel top, top-left, geometry(x,y) for top left corner anything at all in code used in LastWindowRect?
For e.g. I open the player, and move the window until it is in the upper-left most position on my screen. Video window is small say 320x240, and presets=minimal.
Then I close the media player ..(it is set to send changes to the ini file). Opening the ini file I see that the LastWindowRect value has changed.
It is now Now:
So to me this is somehow associated with top = 0, and left = 0.
It would be so helpfull to be able to put a value here that would place the media player where I want it ... if I were to distribute the player and ini file as a set for the ultimate user.
Could you give me any leads? I am uncertain of how 32 bit integer applies.
I want to add, that I have this kind of position control in the ini file of mplayer.exe (but not media player classic).
I am looking to use a player that gives me position choice. I like mplayerc.exe better than mplayer.exe, I like the slidebar and everything.
I just need to specify choices for the user in a customized ini file. If I cannot do this, I cannot utilize the player, if I can't utilize the player, I am not making a donation.
I would gladly contribute for something I can use.
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