The /drawcopy command copies part of a picture to a different position in the same window or to another window.
/drawcopy -ihmnt <@win> [color] <x y w h> <@win> <x y [w h]>
- -t - indicates that you have specified the [color] RGB value as a transparent color in the source bitmap
- -m - changes the stretch mode quality when the picture is resized
- -i - draws in inverse color mode. You can find the final color based on the two color by using $xor($xor(currentcolor,16777215),drawncolor). Drawing the same color gives white and may be used to create transparency effect.
- -h - highlights the windows icon if it is minimized
- -n - prevents the display from being updated immediately
- -r - indicates that the color is in RGB format
- <@win> - the window's name to copy from
- [color] - if -t is used, the RGB color used for transparency
- <x y w h> - portion to copy
- <@win> - the window's name to copy to
- <x y [w h]> - the coordinate where to draw, if [w h] are specified, the picture is squeed/stretched to fit, they can be negative value to get a mirror effect:
-@win1 has a bitmap area of 48*16 pixels
-Now we use a negative width of -16 to flip vertically the bitmap, the bitmap will be drawn at 16 - 15 = 1 so that after the flip, the last pixel of the bitmap on the 'x' axis is at the 'x' coordinate (16 in this example) (drawcopy @win 0 0 16 16 @win1 16 0 -16 16):