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Returns information about the anchor points for a region.

point, relativeTo, relativePoint, xOfs, yOfs = MyRegion:GetPoint(n)

Arguments

n
integer - number of point about which you want to retrieve info. Should be in range 1 .. MyRegion:GetNumPoints()

Returns

point
FramePoint -- attachment point of frame MyFrame
relativeTo
Region -- The frame MyFrame is attached to (NOTE: this returns the actual widget object, if you want to get that object's name, use relativeTo:GetName())
relativePoint
FramePoint -- attachment point of the relativeTo frame
xOfs
number -- horizontal offset; not necessarily integer (positive xOfs means shift to the right)
yOfs
number -- vertical offset; not necessarily integer (positive yOfs means shift upwards)

Example

local point, relativeTo, relativePoint, xOfs, yOfs = MyAddon_Frame1:GetPoint()
DEFAULT_CHAT_FRAME:AddMessage(point)
DEFAULT_CHAT_FRAME:AddMessage(relativeTo:GetName())
DEFAULT_CHAT_FRAME:AddMessage(relativePoint)
DEFAULT_CHAT_FRAME:AddMessage(xOfs)
DEFAULT_CHAT_FRAME:AddMessage(yOfs)

Result:

TOP
MyAddon_Frame0
BOTTOM
0
-10

Details

  • As of 2.2 the screen coordinates are no longer relative to the TOPLEFT instead they are relative to closest screen position which can be TOPLEFT, TOP, TOPRIGHT, LEFT, CENTER, RIGHT, BOTTOMLEFT, BOTTOM and BOTTOMRIGHT be sure to use/save the relativePoint argument in addition to xOfs and yOfs for frame positioning or your frames will appear at the wrong place and even off the screen.

Patch changes

Battle for Azeroth Patch 8.2.0 / API (2019-06-25): Protected when called on restricted frames.
WoW Icon update.png Patch 1.10.0 / API (2006-03-28): Added.

See also

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