Please please please help me!!! scripts!!!!!

Monday, July 7, 2008 by superman | Discussion: WinCustomize Talk

Please help me......I don't know to code.......Please give me following scripts......

1.For Taskbar background... object should dock at bottom or top and its width is equal to screenwidth..foy any screen size ie it should be resolution independent.
2.For Quicklaunch... object should dock at right side at top or bottom..

Please write the full code, I don't know a single line...
Thanks and +1 karma for each...bye


superman
Reply #1 Monday, July 7, 2008 12:42 PM
?
superman
Reply #2 Tuesday, July 8, 2008 1:03 AM
Some Experiments And I Figured It Out! LOL !
Thanks for noreply! Bye tc
superman
Reply #3 Tuesday, July 8, 2008 1:00 PM
But it's not resolution independent?why?
Because I have no script!
superman
Reply #4 Tuesday, July 8, 2008 1:03 PM
Hakuna MATATA no script TATA
Pixeleo
Reply #5 Tuesday, July 8, 2008 2:08 PM
Thanks and +1 karma for each


Isn't that a bribe?
HAPTORK
Reply #6 Tuesday, July 8, 2008 2:43 PM
Thanks and +1 karma for each

This makes me feel I shudnt write here but anyway...

1) search resolution independent in wiki and take eXample from a theme called "Resolution Independente" by quentin. There is no need of code for this, you just have to write width of it in %. write 100% and it will get to 100% of screen.

2) It is not very difficult to write such script. Take some eXamples of Timers from wiki and tutorials and better try it yourself. Learning will help you develop some other interesting things too.
Wizard1956
Reply #7 Tuesday, July 8, 2008 3:18 PM
Learning will help you develop some other interesting things too.


At least I do agree with the "masters" on this point. Don't you feel more of a sense of accomplishment now,hemanherecomes,knowing YOU figured it out by yourself? If someone gave you the script,you would not have learned anything.
Vad_M
Reply #8 Tuesday, July 8, 2008 3:54 PM
Thanks and +1 karma for each

It's not enough at least for me...   These scripts must cost much, much more!  

(just a little joke   ) 

But if seriously you need to learn the DesktopX Documentation: WWW Link. These scripts are too easy and I'm sure that you will make them by yourself without any helps.

By the way here is very useful quote from Zubaz:

I'm far from an expert but using the system virtual screen height and width and the Object positional properties you may be able to create a script that keeps everything centered (until a user moves it if you allow them to).

I wish I had the expertise to help write the script . . (and I'll hack at it a bit) . . but I hope this helps some.

System.VscreenLeft, System.VScreenTop, System.VScreenWidth, System.VScreenHeight
These are the suggested properties to use when checking the monitor coordinates, since they take in consideration the whole virtual screen area, and not only the primary monitor. This will still work in a single monitor setup but will also support multi-monitor setups.
Note that the virtual screen origin is NOT generally (0,0), but it is (VscreenLeft, VscreenTop). Because of this .VscreenWidth returns the WIDTH of the virtual screen, not the right border! To calculate the right and bottom borders use the following code:
VirtualScreenRight = System.VScreenLeft + System.VScreenWidth
VirtualScreenBottom = System.VScreenTop + System.VScreenHeight

Object.Top, Object.Bottom, Object.Left, Object.Right, Object.Move, Object.Rotation (and Object.States("name").Rotation)
With these positioning properties, you can explicitly set or retrieve the location of one side of the object.
If you want to reposition an object, the most efficient was to do it is via 'Move' To do this you specify x and y coordinates in pixels of where you want to place the object.
You can also rotate an object using Object.Rotation.

Examples:
Object.Top = 500
Object.Move 500,200

For x = 1 To 10
Object.Rotation = x*36
Object.Sleep 200
Next
HAPTORK
Reply #9 Tuesday, July 8, 2008 4:41 PM
waiting for my +1.
ZubaZ
Reply #10 Tuesday, July 8, 2008 5:56 PM
By the way here is very useful quote from Zubaz:
Aww shucks . . you're jsut being nice.
superman
Reply #11 Wednesday, July 9, 2008 2:20 AM


Isn't that a bribe?

No, Sorry, My Intention Wasn't That.
Thats An Indication How Desperately I Need The Script And To Show That You Will Do Something Good In That Case..



This makes me feel I shudnt write here but anyway...


Sorry For That...



At least I do agree with the "masters" on this point.

No, Please..



If someone gave you the script,you would not have learned anything.


And If No One Gave Me, I Won't Be Able To Make It Resolution Independent.



just a little joke

That www link and Zubaz's script.



Aww shucks . . you're jsut being nice.

He Is Being Master....

waiting for my +1.


That Was For Script... I Don't Know A Word To Write....So, Please Don't Give Me Resources. My Books Are Enough For Me.. I Am A Management Student.. I don't Know ....Dim, If....Then... etc...




PLEASE WHY DONT YOU UNDERSTAND ITS JUST A FEW LINES. THE DIFFERENCE IS THAT MASTERS KNOW AND I DONT BUT THERE ARE SOME GOOD MASTERS LIKE SIRSMILEY, MIKE...THEY SIMPLY GAVE ME THE SCRIPTS...THEY GOT MY PROBLEM THAT LEARNING VBSCRIPT IS NOT AN EASY TASK FOR ME...


superman
Reply #12 Wednesday, July 9, 2008 2:24 AM
So Please Be A Nice Master, Not A Intelligent Master..
Doctors Treat The Disease Not Tell How It Can Be Cured...
Ok They Tell Prevention But The Prevention Is Not Possible In My Case

XX
Reply #13 Wednesday, July 9, 2008 2:47 PM
What's Up With Typing Sentences This Way?
ArileenDesign
Reply #14 Wednesday, July 9, 2008 3:38 PM
Please help me......I don't know to code.......Please give me following scripts......

Please write the full code, I don't know a single line...
Thanks and +1 karma for each...bye


First things:
_Karma is not money (half joke)
_Best thing is to learn in reading/testing/.... old scripts and try to create your own or to base your own on old one (thought in this case to contact the artists who wrote it first to get permission to reuse their works.

 
1.For Taskbar background... object should dock at bottom or top and its width is equal to screenwidth..foy any screen size ie it should be resolution independent.
2.For Quicklaunch... object should dock at right side at top or bottom..


Resolution independent: look at this Theme (you can base your own on it)
http://quentin94.wincustomize.com/skins.aspx?skinid=3873&libid=31

About Quicklaunch it's basicly a shortcut to your quicklaunch folder (just set the shortcut on dx to be open as a menu)

C:\Documents and Settings\%Username%\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch

You can see this on this theme to watch how it's done:
http://quentin94.wincustomize.com/skins.aspx?skinid=3637&libid=31

About the Dock (Auto-hide) look at this sample by MountainDragon:
http://mountaindragon.wincustomize.com/skins.aspx?skinid=4068&libid=3

So to build your theme you won't need only script it's created via design/graphics + margins + childs/parents relationships + Scripts
In your case for your demands, you need a script only for Docking your taskbar, all the others things can be done via simple dx fonctions (shortcuts/parents/child relationships) of your theme.

tip:
_to make an object equal to screen size simply use % instead of pixel for width or height


HAPTORK
Reply #15 Wednesday, July 9, 2008 5:22 PM
Best thing is to learn in reading/testing/.... old scripts and try to create your own or to base your own on old one (thought in this case to contact the artists who wrote it first to get permission to reuse their works.


I agree, this is surely the best way.
sAARGe
Reply #16 Wednesday, July 9, 2008 5:38 PM
Best thing is to learn in reading/testing/.... old scripts and try to create your own or to base your own on old one (thought in this case to contact the artists who wrote it first to get permission to reuse their works.


I agree, this is surely the best way.



That isnt called Rapture .... ???????   

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