Creates an always-on-top window anywhere on the screen.
ToolTip [, Text, X, Y, WhichToolTip]
If blank or omitted, the existing tooltip (if any) will be hidden. Otherwise, this parameter is the text to display in the tooltip. To create a multi-line tooltip, use the linefeed character (`n) in between each line, e.g. Line1`nLine2.
If Text is long, it can be broken up into several shorter lines by means of a continuation section, which might improve readability and maintainability.
|X, Y||The X and Y position of the tooltip relative to the active window (use
Omit this parameter if you don't need multiple tooltips to appear simultaneously. Otherwise, this is a number between 1 and 20 to indicate which tooltip window to operate upon. If unspecified, that number is 1 (the first). This parameter can be an expression.
If the X & Y coordinates would cause the tooltip to run off screen, it is repositioned to be entirely visible.
The tooltip is displayed until one of the following occurs:
A GUI window may be made the owner of a tooltip by means of Gui +OwnDialogs. Such a tooltip is automatically destroyed when its owner is destroyed.
CoordMode, TrayTip, GUI, Progress, SplashTextOn, MsgBox, InputBox, FileSelectFile, FileSelectFolder
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