Added in 1.9.0
/drawrect -ihnrfecd <@window> <color> <size> <x y w h> [<x y w h>...]
Draws a rectangle at the specified co-ordinates of the specified width and height. If more co-ordinates are specified these are also drawn as separate rectangles.
-i - Draws in inverse mode.
-h - Highlights the windows icon if it is minimized.
-n - Prevents the display from being updated immediately.
-r - Indicates that the color is in RGB format. You can use $rgb(N,N,N) to create an RGB value.
-f - Draws a filled rectangle.
-e - Draws an ellipse instead of a rectangle.
-c - Draws a focus rectangle.
-d - Draws a rounded rectangle, using the format "/drawrect -d x y w h [w h]" where w and h are the width and height of the ellipse used to draw the corners.
<@window> - Name of the Picture Window to draw to.
<color> - The color used for the rectangle.
<size> - Thickness of the border in pixels.
<x y w h> - Co-ordinates for a rectangle in pixels, x and y are the top left corner.
[<x y w h>...] - Draw additional rectangles.
Updated by Per Amundsen about 2 years ago · 3 revisions