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Per Amundsen, 09/17/2015 02:14 AM

Added in 1.9.0

/statusbar [on|off]

Enables/disables Statusbar. $statusbar can be used to determine it's state.

If no parameter is defined, prints current Statusbar visibility status.


[on] - Enables Statusbar.
[off] - Disables Statusbar.

Added in 1.9.7

/statusbar <-adtbpoijshnN> [N] <N|name> <tooltip> <@popup> [/alias] [picfile] [text]

Adds or removes custom text items/icons to the Statusbar.


-a - Add a new item.
-d - Delete item named 'name' or the Nth item.
-t - Change the tooltip text.
-b - Change the text.
-p - Change the picfile/icon.
-o - Change the associated @popup.
-i - Insert a item at position N.
-j - Indicates [/alias] is defined.
-w - Show a hidden item.
-h - Hide a item.
-nN - Indicates [picfile] is defined, N is the Nth icon index in a exe/dll file.


[N] - Used with -d and -i to delete the Nth item or insert at the Nth position.
<N|name> - Insert a item at the Nth position or the name of the item to modify/add.
<tooltip> - The tooltip text.
<@popup> - Popup to associate with the item.
[/alias] - Optional alias to execute when the item is doubleclicked.
<text|picfile> - The item item or picfile/icon to use when -n is defined.
[text] - Optional text to add to a picfile/icon.


; Create an example menu.
menu @Example {
  Hello World:echo -ag Hello World menu

alias example {
  echo -ag Hello world alias

; Create a new statusbar item named 'example'.
/statusbar -a example @example /example Example

; Update the text of the statusbar item 'example'.
/statusbar -b example Example2

: Delete the statusbar item named 'example'
/statusbar -d example

Updated by Per Amundsen almost 9 years ago · 6 revisions

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