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sdancer75 wrote:
You mean a dummy dialog just to block to main app ?
Yes. Or just disable the main window. The dialog can show something like "Please wait until the update is installed".

sdancer75 wrote:
I mean the two windows that will be active at the same time (main and child) and user will have the ability to work with the both of them.
When the app is blocked by disabling or a dialog it can't be moved by the user (the dialog may be moved). So when not using a dialog it is the same behaviour as with your current solution.
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