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Emulated Win+Left in Surround Mode

This function brings back the multi-monitor behaviour of the Win+Left command, while in Eyefinity or Nvidia Surround modes. It will also save and restore the size of a single program that is moved through this or its partner function.
Minimum Version
Created By
Date Created
Jul 17, 2015
Date Last Modified
Jul 17, 2015

Scripted Function (Macro) Code

using System;
using System.Drawing;

// The 'windowHandle' parameter will contain the window handle for the:
// - Active window when run by hotkey
// - Window Location target when run by a Window Location rule
// - TitleBar Button owner when run by a TitleBar Button
// - Jump List owner when run from a Taskbar Jump List
// - Currently focused window if none of these match
public static class DisplayFusionFunction
	public static void Run(IntPtr windowHandle)
		//check to see if there was an error, if there was, exit function
		if (windowHandle == IntPtr.Zero)

		//get the position of the window in the monitor, and the current monitor
		Rectangle windowRect = BFS.Window.GetBounds(windowHandle);
		Rectangle currentMonitorRect = BFS.Monitor.GetMonitorBoundsByWindow(windowHandle);
		decimal winTransparency = BFS.Window.GetTransparency(windowHandle);

		// if the window is not already in halfscreen, move to the left half.
		// is window already in left halfscreen mode?
		if ( ( windowRect.Width == currentMonitorRect.Width / 2 ) && ( windowRect.X == currentMonitorRect.X ) ) 
			//if we got this far then the window is in left halfscreen mode	
			//move the window to the right side of the previous monitor
			BFS.Window.SetTransparency(windowHandle, 0);
			BFS.Window.SetTransparency(windowHandle, winTransparency);

		// so it's not in left halfscreen mode. is it in right halfscreen?
		if ( ( windowRect.Width == currentMonitorRect.Width / 2 ) && ( windowRect.X == currentMonitorRect.X + ( currentMonitorRect.Width / 2 ) ) )
			//right halfscreen. we want this one to restore to user size, based on the earlier details. 
			// does this window match the last one recorded?
			if ( BFS.Window.GetText(windowHandle) == BFS.ScriptSettings.ReadValue("EmuWinLRWindowName") )
				//okay, the info is for this window. let's get the values out and resize/move the window.
				int NewXPos = Convert.ToInt32(BFS.ScriptSettings.ReadValue("EmuWinLRXPos"));
				int NewYPos = Convert.ToInt32(BFS.ScriptSettings.ReadValue("EmuWinLRYPos"));
				int NewWidth = Convert.ToInt32(BFS.ScriptSettings.ReadValue("EmuWinLRWidth"));
				int NewHeight = Convert.ToInt32(BFS.ScriptSettings.ReadValue("EmuWinLRHeight"));
				// Got the values, but they're for monitor 1. No matter, we'll get the offset, then add it back in.
				NewXPos = NewXPos + currentMonitorRect.X;
				BFS.Window.SetSizeAndLocation(windowHandle, NewXPos, NewYPos, NewWidth, NewHeight);
			// nope, the info isn't for this window. move on to sending it to left halfscreen.

		// Not left halfscreen, not right halfscreen. Save the details, and then send it to left halfscreen.
		// We need the info to be monitor-agnostic, so the XPos value needs to be no more than the width of the screen. How do we do that? By mod division by the width of the screen.
		int CalculatedXPos = windowRect.X % currentMonitorRect.Width;

		BFS.ScriptSettings.WriteValue("EmuWinLRWindowName", BFS.Window.GetText(windowHandle));
		BFS.ScriptSettings.WriteValue("EmuWinLRXPos", Convert.ToString(CalculatedXPos));
		BFS.ScriptSettings.WriteValue("EmuWinLRYPos", Convert.ToString(windowRect.Y));
		BFS.ScriptSettings.WriteValue("EmuWinLRWidth", Convert.ToString(windowRect.Width));
		BFS.ScriptSettings.WriteValue("EmuWinLRHeight", Convert.ToString(windowRect.Height));