### Author Topic: Simple 2d Window w/border  (Read 6412 times)

#### Hemlos

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##### Simple 2d Window w/border
« on: 2004-Oct-21 »
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Grey 2d Window- this looks like the windows 98's  Window borders
Useage:
Code: (glbasic) [Select]
`WINDOW(10,20,30,40)`What the numbers represent:
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Where:
10 = Window start X
20 = Window start Y
30 = Window end X
40 = Window end Y
Function:
Code: (glbasic) [Select]
`FUNCTION WINDOW: Wsx,Wsy,Wex,Wey FILLRECT Wsx, Wsy, Wex, Wey, RGB(64,64,64) FILLRECT Wsx, Wsy, Wex-1, Wey-1, RGB(255,255,255) FILLRECT Wsx+1, Wsy+1, Wex-1, Wey-1, RGB(128,128,128) FILLRECT Wsx+1, Wsy+1, Wex-2, Wey-2, RGB(212,208,200) FILLRECT Wsx+2, Wsy+2, Wex-3, Wey-3, RGB(255,255,255) FILLRECT Wsx+2, Wsy+2, Wex-4, Wey-4, RGB(128,128,128) FILLRECT Wsx+4, Wsy+4, Wex-4, Wey-4, RGB(212,208,200) FILLRECT Wsx+4, Wsy+4, Wex-5, Wey-5, RGB(64,64,64) FILLRECT Wsx+5, Wsy+5, Wex-5, Wey-5, RGB(48,48,48)ENDFUNCTION`
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TIP:
You can add more inputs to the function,
, like color and/or special effects or buttons etc.
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