Floats a docking window.
This command gives the user the ability to programmatically "float" a docking window, as well as control its position on the screen. Usually, the user does this by clicking and dragging the mouse.
-top are specified, the docking window's position is cascaded in relation to other docking windows.
Both Shogun Post's docking windows and user windows can be controlled using this command.
|string||yes||Name of the window to float. Can be one of Shogun Post's docking windows or a user window.|
|Name||Flag arguments||Argument type||Exclusive to||Comments|
|1||integer||—||Specifies the position, in pixels, of the left side of the docking window, from the top left corner of the screen.|
|1||integer||—||Specifies the position, in pixels, of the top side of the docking window, from the top left corner of the screen.|
|1||integer||—||Specifies the width, in pixels, of the docking window|
|1||integer||—||Specifies the height in pixels, of the docking window|
// Create a user window and specify its screen position and size
floatWindow "FloatTest" -left 100 -top 300 -width 300 -height 200;