If you start at X=0 and Y=0 this is your anchor point. If you start at X=10 and Y=10 then this is your anchor point.
ok, I have to explain better my doubt...
...I'm sorry if my english is a problem or it could induce in error...
I have ancor point at x=0 y=0,
I want a popup menu at x=0 y=100
if I use /POSX=0 /POSY=100 it doesn't work
if I use /POSX=1 /POSY=100 it works (even if 1 pixel on the right of the point at which I want it to appeare (0,0) ...:confused:
For some reason it does not take the /POSX=0.
I tryed it and I had to use /POSX=1
The closest was /POSX=1 and /POSY=1
tanx for all the feedback, will try it out now :)
how do i call the "popup skin" with the /posx and /posy command...?
To call the pop up, set up a button like this
Then in PList.skin add the commands like this:
MEDIACAR Black Vinyl on Aluminium Skin
/, SD, Alignment;Alignment, Disp;MODE, Icon Width, Icon Heigth, Path
/, S, x, y, w, h, fore R;RGB, G, B, back R;RGB, G, B, folder R;RGB, G, B, file R;RGB, G, B, selected R;RGB, G, B, select R;RGB, G, B, trs, font pt;FONT, font name
/, L, x, y, w, h, color R;RGB, G, B, font size;FONT, font name, Code;LABELCODES, Tooltip;LABELALIGNMENT
/, B, x, y, w, h, Command;COMMANDCODES, Tooltip
Try it and see.
got it working now :)
tanx for all the help
note if your using the RRSKineditor to make your skin that the POS values will be deleted when you save the file.
yeah... found that out the hard way ;)