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QuestionDragDrop to a native window? Pin
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Generalasking for system tray application Pin
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Heath Stewart13-Jan-04 5:53
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Through so much unbelievable math it's not even funny! Smile | :) The minimization effect is handled by the Windows, not the application. You have to dig very deep into Windows to override that behavior (if possible) and do all the math yourself to draw the minimizing Window compacting and moving toward the systray icon. I've never seen an application do this - not even from Microsoft.

What I do so most often to combat this effect is to hide the window first, then minimize, or vice-versa to restore (restore then show). This way, you don't see the Window minimize and don't have to worry about such behavior (which I agree looks odd).

 

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Questionreturning when inside a lock - is it safe? Pin
Brandon Haase12-Jan-04 16:29
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