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window (Window)

Control operations for plugin window display, hide, fullscreen, etc.
Below are common examples of window functionalities:
await eagle.window.show(); // Show plugin window
await eagle.window.hide(); // Hide plugin window
await eagle.window.minimize(); // Minimize window
await eagle.window.restore(); // Restore minimized
await eagle.window.maximize(); // Maximize window
await eagle.window.unmaximize(); // Restore maximized
await eagle.window.setFullScreen(true); // Set to fullscreen
await eagle.window.setFullScreen(false); // Exit fullscreen

Methods

show()

Show and focus the window.
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.show();

showInactive()

Show the window but don't focus on it.
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.showInactive();

hide()

Hide the plugin window.
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.hide();

focus()

Give the plugin window focus.
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.focus();

minimize()

Minimize the plugin window.
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.minimize();

isMinimized()

Determine if the window is minimized.
  • Returns Promise<minimized: boolean>
    • minimized boolean - Whether the window is minimized
let isMinimized = await eagle.window.isMinimized();

restore()

Restore the plugin window from a minimized state to its previous state.
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.restore();

maximize()

Maximize the plugin window. If the window has not yet been displayed, this method will also show it (but not focus on it).
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.maximize();

unmaximize()

Unmaximize the plugin window.
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.unmaximize();

isMaximized()

Determine if the window is maximized.
  • Returns Promise<maximized: boolean>
    • maximized boolean - Whether the window is maximized
let isMaximized = await eagle.window.isMaximized();

setFullScreen(flag)

Set whether the window should be in fullscreen mode.
  • flag boolean - Whether to set as fullscreen
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.setFullScreen(true); // Enter fullscreen
await eagle.window.setFullScreen(false); // Exit fullscreen

isFullScreen()

Determine if the window is in fullscreen mode.
  • Returns Promise<fullscreen: boolean>
    • fullscreen boolean - Whether the window is in fullscreen
let isMaximized = await eagle.window.isMaximized();

setAspectRatio(aspectRatio)

This will make the window maintain its aspect ratio.
  • aspectRatio Float - The aspect ratio to maintain (width / height)
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.setAspectRatio(16/9); // Restrict the window aspect ratio to 16:9

setBackgroundColor(backgroundColor)

Set the background color of the window.
  • backgroundColor String - This parameter represents the HEX code of your desired background color.
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.setBackgroundColor("#FFFFFF");
Note 1: This property can be set directly in manifest.json.
Note 2: This setting is mainly used to set the default background color of the window when the HTML/CSS content is not yet complete. Proper setting can avoid the flickering of the window display.

setSize(width, height)

Set window size.
  • width Integer - window width
  • height - Integer - window height
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.setSize(720, 480);
Note: This property can be set directly in manifest.json.

getSize()

Get window size.
  • Returns Promise<Integer[]>
await eagle.window.getSize();

setBounds(bounds)

Adjust the window size and move it to the provided bounds. Any properties not provided will default to their current values.
await eagle.window.setBounds({ x: 440, y: 225, width: 800, height: 600 })

getBounds()

Get window bounds.
  • Returns Promise<Rectangle[]> - object representing the window bounds
await eagle.window.getBounds()

setResizable(resizable)

Set whether the window supports resizing.
  • resizable boolean - whether resizing is supported
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.setResizable(true);
await eagle.window.setResizable(false);
Note: This property can be set directly in manifest.json.

isResizable()

Whether the window supports resizing.
  • Returns Promise<resizable: boolean>
    • resizable boolean
let isResizable = await eagle.window.isResizable();

setAlwaysOnTop(flag)

Set whether the window should always be displayed in front of other windows.
  • flag boolean
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.setAlwaysOnTop(true);
await eagle.window.setAlwaysOnTop(false);

isAlwaysOnTop()

Whether the window should always be displayed in front of other windows.
  • Returns Promise<alwaysOnTop: boolean>
    • alwaysOnTop boolean
let isAlwaysOnTop = await eagle.window.isAlwaysOnTop();

setPosition(x, y)

Move the window to x and y.
  • x Integer
  • y Integer
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.setPosition(100, 200);

getPosition()

Get plugin window coordinates x and y.
  • Returns Promise<position: Integer[]>
    • position Integer[]
      • x - position[0]
      • y - position[1]
let position = await eagle.window.getPosition(); // [100, 200]

setOpacity(opacity)

Set the opacity of the window, values outside the range are limited to the [0, 1] range.
  • opacity number - between 0.0 (completely transparent) and 1.0 (completely opaque)
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.setOpacity(0.5);

getOpacity()

Get window opacity, between 0.0 (completely transparent) and 1.0 (completely opaque).
  • Returns Promise<opacity: number>
    • opacity number
let opacity = await eagle.window.getOpacity();

flashFrame(flag)

Start or stop flashing the window to attract the user's attention.
  • flag boolean - whether to flash
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.flashFrame(true);
await eagle.window.flashFrame(false);

setIgnoreMouseEvents(ignore)

Ignore all mouse events within the window. All mouse events occurring in this window will be passed to the window below it but if this window has focus, it will still receive keyboard events.
  • ignore boolean - whether to ignore mouse events
  • Returns Promise<>
await eagle.window.setIgnoreMouseEvents(true);
await eagle.window.setIgnoreMouseEvents(false);
Combined with the setAlwaysOnTop() feature, you can create a special window that floats at the top of the screen and is permeable to mouse clicks.