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QuestionHow to disable right-click popup menu system wide Pin
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GeneralHelp with creating Always On Top hidden window Pin
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GeneralNon-resizable window. Pin
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Ulf28-Jul-01 8:45
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I agree that apps look better with the thick border style. Catching WM_NCHITTEST is not 100% foolproof, though. It prevents the user from resizing the window, but Windows can still resize it (if the user, for example, clicks "Tile windows" from the task bar). Also, if the window has a status bar, it can be resized with the status bar's gripper. These problems can be solved by catching WM_GETMINMAXINFO and setting the window's min and max tracking sizes.

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GeneralCommunication among Components Pin
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GeneralCFile::Open(...) fails when opening file on MSDOS computer from Win2000 computer Pin
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Generalurgent!! please respond by e-mail Pin
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General32bit color icons and user break points Pin
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