The command adds a control to the current dialog. Before calling this command, it is necessary to add a dialog with command AddDialog.
AddControl [/X:<value>] [/Y:<value>] [/W:<value>] [/H:<value>] <class> <instance> [<text>]
|<class>||Control class (TButton e.t.c.).|
|<instance>||The instance number for a given class, from 1 and up. May vary between versions of Total Commander.|
The parameters /X, /Y, /W, /H set the offset relative to the original coordinates of the window or change its size. If the parameter is omitted, it is considered that its value = 0 (i.e., the window does not move along this coordinate or does not change the corresponding size).
Values are set at a standard density of 96 dpi. At higher density values, the control will be scaled automatically, or, respectively to the /NOSCALE parameter in the AddDialog command.
|/X:<value>||The offset of the control in X relative to its original position. A positive value shifts the dialog to the right, a negative one to the left.|
|/Y:<value>||The offset control on Y relative to the original position. A positive value shifts the dialogue down, a negative one — up.|
|/W:<value>||Change the width of the control relative to the original. A positive value increases the width, a negative value decreases.|
|/H:<value>||Change the height of the control relative to the original. A positive value increases the height, a negative value decreases.|
|<text>||New text of the control.|