Sliding  Sliding & Stretching  Stretching  Shrinking  Jumping
Below are samples of what you can do along with the settings used to achieve them. Feel free to experiment with different numbers. Generally speaking, the smaller the Step Size, the smoother the effect will be.
If you happen to come up with a setting that does something that is not listed here, please let us know so that we can verify them and add them to the list.
TIP The examples here don't require you to shut down each window that opens. Just click each example link and you'll see each example happen in the same window as the previous example. You may 'miss' the effects if you close each window down.
Sliding is achieved by setting the Step Size to "0" (always use a Step Size of 0 when you do not want to resize the window) and the Window Offset to any numerical value. Note the effect negative values have in the Window Offset. Also note the effect of the Diag Switch when the Axis is X&Y.
Sliding Examples 
Direction: 
Example: 
Axis: 
Step Size: 
Loop Value: 
Window Offset: 
Diag Switch: 
Up Slide 
Show Me! 
X 
0 
40 
2 
No 
Down Slide 
Show Me! 
X 
0 
40 
2 
No 
Left Slide 
Show Me! 
Y 
0 
40 
2 
No 
Right Slide 
Show Me! 
Y 
0 
40 
2 
No 
Up & Left Slide 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
0 
40 
2 
No 
Up & Right Slide 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
0 
40 
2 
Yes 
Down & Left Slide 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
0 
40 
2 
Yes 
Down & Right Slide 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
0 
40 
2 
No 
Sliding & stretching is achieved by Setting a value greater than zero for the Step Size and always setting the Window Offset to at least 1 more than the Step Size, either positive or negative. Yes, a negative value could be less than the Step Size, but as long as the number itself is greater, the window will stretch in the direction of the slide while it is sliding.
Sliding & Stretching Examples 
Direction: 
Example: 
Axis: 
Step Size: 
Loop Value: 
Window Offset: 
Diag Switch: 
Up & Up Stretch 
Show Me! 
X 
1 
70 
2 
No 
Down & Down Stretch 
Show Me! 
X 
1 
70 
2 
No 
Left & Left Stretch 
Show Me! 
Y 
1 
70 
2 
No 
Right & Right Stretch 
Show Me! 
Y 
1 
70 
2 
No 
Up & Left Stretch 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
1 
70 
2 
No 
Up & Right Stretch 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
1 
70 
2 
Yes 
Down & Left Stretch 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
1 
70 
2 
Yes 
Down & Right Stretch 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
1 
70 
2 
No 
The sides of a window can be "stretched" left, right, up, down, left & right.... The key to stretching a window in both directions of an axis (or all directions if the axis is X&Y) is the relationship between the Step Size and the Window Offset. To stretch or expand a window evenly in more than one direction, the Step Size should be twice a negative Window Offset value.
Stretching 
Direction: 
Example: 
Axis: 
Step Size: 
Loop Value: 
Window Offset: 
Diag Switch: 
Up Stretch 
Show Me! 
X 
1 
70 
1 
No 
Down Stretch 
Show Me! 
X 
1 
70 
0 
No 
Left Stretch 
Show Me! 
Y 
1 
70 
1 
No 
Right Stretch 
Show Me! 
Y 
1 
70 
0 
No 
Up & Down Stretch 
Show Me! 
X 
2 
70 
1 
No 
Left & Right Stretch 
Show Me! 
Y 
2 
70 
1 
No 
Zoom Out 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
2 
70 
1 
No 
Zoom Out & Down 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
2 
70 
1 
Yes 
Zoom Out & Up 
? 





Right Zoom Out 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
2 
70 
1 
Yes 
Left Zoom Out 
? 





Left & Up Zoom Out 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
1 
70 
2 
No 
Left & Down Zoom Out 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
1 
70 
2 
Yes 
Right & Down Zoom Out 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
2 
70 
1 
No 
To make a window shrink, always make the Step Size a negative number.
Shrinking Examples 
Direction: 
Example: 
Axis: 
Step Size: 
Loop Value: 
Window Offset: 
Diag Switch: 
Shrink from Left 
Show Me! 
Y 
2 
40 
2 
No 
Shrink from Right 
Show Me! 
Y 
1 
40 
0 
No 
Shrink from Top 
Show Me! 
X 
1 
40 
1 
No 
Shrink from Bottom 
Show Me! 
X 
1 
40 
0 
No 
Shrink from L & R Sides 
Show Me! 
Y 
2 
40 
1 
No 
Shrink from Top and Bottom 
Show Me! 
X 
2 
40 
1 
No 
Shrink from all sides 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
2 
40 
1 
No 
Shrink from all sides and move up 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
2 
40 
1 
Yes 
To make a window jump to another position, always set the Loop Value to 1. If you use any other number, then the Window Offset will be applied more than once. Next, set the Step Size to 0. The Window Offset should contain the number of pixels you would like the window to move. Positive numbers move the window to the right and down and Negative numbers move the window left and up. Of course, the direction also depends on the Axis chosen.
Jumping Examples 
Direction: 
Example: 
Axis: 
Step Size: 
Loop Value: 
Window Offset: 
Diag Switch: 
Jump Right 
Show Me! 
Y 
0 
1 
150 
No 
Jump Left 
Show Me! 
Y 
0 
1 
150 
No 
Jump Up 
Show Me! 
X 
0 
1 
150 
No 
Jump Down 
Show Me! 
X 
0 
1 
150 
No 
Jump Up and Right 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
0 
1 
150 
Yes 
Jump Up and Left 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
0 
1 
150 
No 
Jump Down and Right 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
0 
1 
150 
No 
Jump Down and Left 
Show Me! 
X & Y 
0 
1 
150 
Yes 
