SET display mode|* [style xpos ypos width height] [/Centered /Foreground /Dialog /View /Layout /Modal=itemId]
Set the display window mode, style position and size and configure the dialog.
The window mode. Possible values are NOWINDOW (the window is hidden and disabled), HIDDEN (the window is hidden), VISIBLE (the window is visible but disabled), ENABLED (the window is visible and enabled) or an asterisk if you do not want to change the window mode.
The window style. Possible values are MINIMIZE (the window is minimized to the taskbar), MAXIMIZE (the window is maximized to take up the whole monitor display) or RESTORE (the window is restored to it's normal size).
The left coordinate of the window in pixels. The left most pixel on the display is 0.
The top coordinate of the window in pixels. The top most pixel on the display is 0.
The width of the window in pixels.
The height of the window in pixels.
The window is displayed in the center of the screen; xpos, ypos, width and height are ignored.
The window is displayed as the top-most window. Note that a window that is top-most is always visible and enabled, therefore the mode parameter is ignored when this flag is used.
Set the dialog position inside display (relative to the graphs); changing the position is only possible if the dialog is non-floating pos = ABOVE|BELOW|LEFT|RIGHT;
Set window view mode to view ('WINDOW' is a normal window, or 'FULLSCREEN' = display takes up whole screen (for displays of type 'frame' only) or 'ALWAYSONTOP' = the display remains on top, even when other windows are activated). Note that you must use the /Apply option if you want the fullscreen mode to take effect.
Recalculate dialog window size; include (L) or ignore (l) hidden controls (case sensitive!)
Assign a modal parent to the display display. The modal parent itemId is inactive whilst the display exists and behind the display in the z-order.