Sets a limit on how small the user can make a window by dragging its "grow box." After
MINWINDOW is executed, the user will not be able to drag the window's size narrower than
h pixels horizontally nor shorter than
v pixels vertically (these dimensions refer to the window's "content region"; they don't include the "structure region" (frame) of the window). The
MINWINDOW statement applies to all currently open windows and all subsequently opened windows, until another
MINWINDOW statement is executed.
MINWINDOW does not apply to windows which don't have a grow box. Also, it does not limit the dimensions of a window which is resized by clicking its "zoom box" (see the
SETZOOM statement to learn how to do this).
If there is any currently open window (with a grow box) whose dimension(s) are smaller than
MINWINDOW will not expand it immediately. The window will expand the next time the user clicks on its grow box.
If you need to apply different size limits to each of several open windows, then you will need to execute
MINWINDOW each time such a window becomes active. In your dialog-event handling function, watch for the
_wndActivate event, then execute
MINWINDOW with the appropriate parameters depending on which window has become active. See the
DIALOG function for more information.
MAXWINDOW; DIALOG function; SETZOOM