Percentages for coords would be very useful. Especially when your script is for multiple people.
You could do.
Click, 0%, 100%
which would click 30% down and 100% to the right, meaning you'd click the Exit button on Google Chrome (or most applications).
It'd be very useful and better than using pixels all the time.
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I think GUI's are rarely designed in relative proportions, but more commonly fixed sizes or offsets based on the full size. So percentages wouldn't be the ideal solution. Besides that: 0% is just 0 and 100% is %A_ScreenWidth% (for single screens).
Are you talking about websites and webapps or basic Windows/AHK GUIs? Why would I want to make my navigation buttons or toolbars relative sized? I've never used an application that increased the button size when I maximized its window.
I'm looking at some common applications: Explorer, Paint, Word, browser, media player: all have fixed sized or full area between fixed offsets controls/navigation/toolbar buttons/statusbar with a main content area that fills up the remaining area. That means either the absolute size remains static or both its absolute and relative size increases as I increase the window size.
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