You could try resetting the focus back to your window in its onfocus() event, but I'm not entirely sure it will work.
Besides, a window that always has the focus will irritate an awful lot of users. The purpose of Windows is to allow users to switch to other tasks. To deliberately break this model will frustrate and anger many users...
When I compile the release version of my application, it depends on MSVCP80.DLL and MSVCR80.DLL. Unfortunately this prevents the application from being run on a computer, where these runtimes aren't installed.
How can I remove these dependencies? Any way to statically link to MSVCP80.DLL and MSVCR80.DLL?
I assume there is some linker switch that does this and I've overlooked it?
Many thanks in advance and best regards
<code>__asm mov al, 0xAD __asm out 0x64, al
do the same... but what do they do??
(doesn't work on NT)