Difference between revisions of "GetFKeyPtr"

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* ''void*'' '''result''' - Pointer to an integer variable which can be used with [[FKey_Display]].
 
* ''void*'' '''result''' - Pointer to an integer variable which can be used with [[FKey_Display]].
 
| returns = The function sets the given variable as a pointer to the start of the requested bitmap.
 
| returns = The function sets the given variable as a pointer to the start of the requested bitmap.
| synopsis = This function tells you the position of a requested [[FKey bitmap|FKey icon]].
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| synopsis = This function tells you the position of a requested [[FKey bitmap|FKey icon]] in the currently selected [[Locale|language for function key labels]].
 
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| example =  
 
This code displays "TEST" above F1 button:
 
This code displays "TEST" above F1 button:
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[[Category:Syscalls:Locale]]

Latest revision as of 18:53, 15 November 2014


Synopsis

Header: fxcg/display.h
Syscall index: 0x12F3
Function signature: void GetFKeyPtr(int id, void* result)

This function tells you the position of a requested FKey icon in the currently selected language for function key labels.

Parameters

  • int id - The ID (between 0 and 0x04E0) of the FKey bitmap stored in the memory. Use Insight's FKey icons option, or the TestMode, to find the ID for an Fkey icon.
  • void* result - Pointer to an integer variable which can be used with FKey_Display.

Returns

The function sets the given variable as a pointer to the start of the requested bitmap.

Example

This code displays "TEST" above F1 button:

int iresult;
GetFKeyPtr(0x0003, &iresult);
FKey_Display(0, iresult);