I want to use a button to change the window to full size. The challenge is that this full size is different for some monitor.
I would like that the option “start maximized” be re launchable or something.
But I don’t understand how to make it work. Please some help
from java.awt import GraphicsEnvironment
env = GraphicsEnvironment.getLocalGraphicsEnvironment()
for i, screen in enumerate(env.getScreenDevices()):
size = screen.getDefaultConfiguration().bounds
print "Screen %i is %dx%d" % (i, size.width, size.height)
Output when tested in script console with a couple monitors:
Screen 0 is 1366x768
Screen 1 is 1920x1080
Do you mean full screen mode where the window fills the whole screen with no title bar? If so, the code below on a button will swap the desktop the button is contained in between full screen and windowed modes.
from javax.swing import JFrame
window = system.gui.getParentWindow(event)
while not isinstance(window, JFrame):
window = window.getParent()
# Switch to windowed mode.
# Restore previous window size and location, if available.
normalW = event.source.getClientProperty('normalW')
normalH = event.source.getClientProperty('normalH')
normalX = event.source.getClientProperty('normalX')
normalY = event.source.getClientProperty('normalY')
# Store window size and location for restore.
# Switch to full screen mode.
I just tried dragging a window between monitors and then running this script from a button and it does go full screen on the monitor it is on. Could it be that it’s between monitors–partly on both–when you’re seeing it return to the original monitor on switch to full screen?