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Hey everyone, I'm making a mod that adds a container, so it adds slots. When developing I leave my minecraft's screen small (it doesn't  cover the whole screen) so I , when developing, put the coords of the slots based on the small Gui. I was wondering if there's any way to detect if the Minecraft screen is or not in Fullscreen, so that I could put the coords based on that.

 

I know I could go with the width and height, but it was too messy, and I didn't really want to spend hours finding it.

 

Any ideas would be really appreciated.

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Knowing the middle of the gui is always in the middle of the screen, you can use (width-xSize)/2. That gives you the middle of the screen, and base your slots around that value (same for the y but height and ySize

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for some reason, it gives me the most top left pixel of the screen. It kinda helps me, I can set up the coords for it but only at the resolution of my screen.

 

Here are the classes:

 

https://github.com/gjkf/GjkfLib/blob/master/src/main/java/com/gjkf/lib/gui/GuiScreenWidget.java

https://github.com/gjkf/HeadPhones-Radio/blob/master/src/main/java/com/gjkf/headPhones/client/gui/RadioCrystalGui.java

 

Thanks for the help

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You are setting the minX and minY values to getMinX() and getMinY() method in GuiScreenWidget, but those are 0 because they're not initialised. Then you pass in those values, but because the passed in values are 0, you set the minX and minY values to 0. You have 2 options with your current setup:

1) in the RadioCrystalGui, call the super method without parameters, or

2) pass 176 and 166 (default values) instead of minX and minY.

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This is the log I get (I print into the log minX and minY)

 

[14:42:37] [Client thread/INFO] [HeadPhonesRadio]: MinX: 0

[14:42:37] [Client thread/INFO] [HeadPhonesRadio]: MinY: 0

 

I get this with both your methods.

 

This is how I did it

 

Main.log.info("MinX: " + minX);
Main.log.info("MinY: " + minY);

 

I'm sorry if I made some stupid errors but I can't really figure it out.

 

Couldn't I just do width/2 and height/2 to find the middle point, that should always be the same?

 

EDIT: Look at the same classes for what I came up now. I keep getting 0 using the library,  in the actual mod I get the correct result

 

EDIT: Fixed it, thanks for the help

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