More Window Properties on Construct

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Post » Mon Feb 02, 2009 2:33 pm

Contruct needs more [color=#FF0000:1e9mc8ci]Window Properties[/color:1e9mc8ci]
Yeah been to construct perfect!!!
Look at some examples of Visual Basic that could have on Construct:

Examples [color=#BF00FF:1e9mc8ci]FormBorderStyle[/color:1e9mc8ci]:

Fixed3D


FixedDialog


FixedSingle


FixedToolWindow


None


Sizable


SizableToolWindow


Opacity_50%


Opacity_80%


If the developers of construct put this in construct I stop using Visual Basic definitely ^^

Please Rich,Clark and Ashley...
put this functions on construct pl00x :cry:

Thanks :(
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Post » Mon Feb 02, 2009 3:06 pm

um.. who's Slavo?
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Post » Mon Feb 02, 2009 4:08 pm

is Clark, sorry xD
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Post » Mon Feb 02, 2009 5:34 pm

Well, about half of them you can do with the window options in Application Properties... did you know that?
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Post » Tue Feb 03, 2009 12:14 am

[quote="Ashley":j3t0tpnt]Well, about half of them you can do with the window options in Application Properties... did you know that?[/quote:j3t0tpnt]

Yes Ashley, i know, but, no have
FormBorderStyle None,
FixedToolWindow
and Opacity's for window,

FormBorderStyle None is perfect for opening of applications with logo,
and Opacity's is cool for the disigner of windows!!!
FixedToolWindow is perfect for small applications.

It would be possible to place it in the construct?

I can achieve the scripts in C + + for this type of function!

Thanks Ashley .
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Post » Tue Feb 03, 2009 12:19 am

[quote="Jmsdosk8":l0fucw77]Yes Ashley, i know, but, no have
FormBorderStyle None[/quote:l0fucw77]
Untick 'Caption' in application properties.

[quote:l0fucw77]FixedToolWindow[/quote:l0fucw77]
I don't think this is intended for the main application window. As far as I know, it's only meant to be used on tool windows, as the name suggests, such as undocked toolbars, a pallette of tools like in an image editor, and so on.

[quote:l0fucw77]and Opacity's for window[/quote:l0fucw77]
This can't yet be done, but could easily be added in a plugin, I guess.
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Post » Tue Feb 03, 2009 1:34 am

hum Ashley,
but add these functions, so let the construct with more options.
some additional options (optional) is always good.
Still I thank.
wow, have FormBorderStyle None and I do not know! O.o ! Thank you very much

and how the system of plugin on Construct?
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