Hi François,

Thanks for the pointer to Dilwyn's tutorial.

It is helpful but it doesn't contain what I was looking for. I did
eventually find the answer here:


The solution involves PEEKing the window definition table, which is
effective, but not exactly obvious, at least if you've become unaccustomed
to 1980s programming conventions.

I have never written a Basic extension - it's a very long time since I last
attempted to write something in assembler, but this seems like a prime
candidate for my first attempt, assuming it doesn't already exist somewhere.



On Fri, Sep 8, 2017 at 9:32 PM, François Van Emelen via Ql-Users <
ql-users@lists.q-v-d.com> wrote:

> Op 8/09/2017 om 19:59 schreef Daniel Baum via Ql-Users:
>> Hi all,
>> I am trying to get my head around EasyPtr (again).
>> I have been playing with the new ability to create resizable windows. This
>> turns out to be not terribly difficult, and I was able to create a
>> resizable version of the calculator from Norman Dunbar's tutorial without
>> suffering too much.
>> However, creating a freely resizable version of QBase is dependent on
>> being
>> able to read the size of the newly resized window.and its components. I
>> have been unable to find any obvious way to do this.
>> Does anyone know how this is accomplished?
>> Thanks
>> Daniel
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>> Hi,
> Dilwyn have explained this in 'SCALING IN EASYPTR 4'. Can't remember the
> name of the file. Have a look at his website.
> François Van Emelen
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