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      Code of Conduct - Rules you should read   02/25/2017

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      Think you tried everything?! - Check out the Overwolf knowledge-base!   02/25/2017

      Dear gamers, how about some DIY? -   http://support.overwolf.com/ The knowledge-base for all your Overwolf related troubleshooting, faq, bugs, known issues and much more!
      Just start typing anything related to your issue (for example, 'fps' or 'heartharena') and discover new ways to work things out.

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  1. Problem dragging subwindow

    You're right! But for window.close you need the substring part otherwise the application doesn't close at all:P Thanks for helping again! (And sorry for stealing your time!)
  2. Problem dragging subwindow

    Never mind! I fixed it by removing the substring part. Apperently for windows.dragMove the full window.id is needed, while for windows.close only a part is needed. This topic might be deleted if you want to!
  3. Problem dragging subwindow

    Hello everyone! Fourth question on the go!: I am having two windows and when I try to Drag each of them using this script: function Drag(Window) { overwolf.windows.obtainDeclaredWindow(Window, function(result) { alert(result.window.id); if (result.status == "success") overwolf.windows.dragMove(result.window.id.substring(0,57)); }); }; I get the follow alerts: With my mainwindow called "Home" Window_Extention_<X>_Home With my subwindow called "Sub" Window_Extention_<SameXAsAbove>_Sub Is there any way to drag a subwindow? Because right now when I drag either window only the main window will drag.
  4. Mumble Link plugin released

    I guess that means the only option would be to let users choose to which world they belong.
  5. Mumble Link plugin released

    hahahah I'll buy you that condition food! No worries! You better tell me when you won everything! Also! I don't mind sharing some money with you if I win:P
  6. Mumble Link plugin released

    Yo Meh!, Seeing the new update you posted I think you're also working on the Overwolf GW2 WvW app challenge right? I was wondering!: As you might have noticed the world ID isn't the same as the World ID used in the GW2 API (which is broke but the backups for example Far Shiverpeaks is 2007, but I can't find that world anywhere. If there's anything I can do for you feel free to ask! Even as rivals I think it would be nice to help each other:P Laters!
  7. overwolf.games.getRunningGameInfo() returns null

    Urgh, I always accidentally respond to the wrong topic. Thanks for helping again!
  8. overwolf.games.getRunningGameInfo() returns null

    First of all! Thanks a lot for you reply! It works perfectly! For the poeple reading this thread make sure you call it like this: overwolf.games.onGameInfoUpdated.addListener(function(Result){ alert("Width:" + Result.gameInfo.width) }); So pay attention to the addListener part.
  9. overwolf.games.getRunningGameInfo() returns null

    Anyone has any idea why this doesn't work on GW2? I am trying to get the screenresolution of the game and position the windows accordingly, if there's any alternate way to do it I'd also be happy to know!
  10. Mumble Link plugin released

    YOU'RE BRILLIANT! I got all the data I needed from the Plugin! Sometimes it doesn't recognise the position.x but that's no problem! I already got tons more then I expected! Thank you, thank you, thank you:P Christian
  11. Mumble Link plugin released

    It compiled for me when I changed windef.h to windows.h Just got some errors for deprecation and an interesting error: \source\runtime.c(222): warning C4098: 'NPN_Status' : 'void' function returning a value void NPN_Status (NPP instance, const char* message) { return _browser->status(instance, message); } is that actually possible? Also! I tried it being compiled by VS2012 but that didn't really work...
  12. Mumble Link plugin released

    I will try to compile the project on VS2010, I am just missing the Pimpa.h file. Do you know where I can get it from?
  13. Mumble Link plugin released

    Errrrg I posted at the wrong topic: Anyways when I was checking the DLL I found that the bit was already set?
  14. Develop new Overwolf plugin?

    I also found this one! So apperently the executable bit was already set?
  15. Mumble Link plugin released

    Yo! There's indeed nothing Yellow and things! I will take a look!