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Hi All,

I working on Visual Studio 2010. C# Language.

One of my friend has developed the WPF application. Now I want the condition that when task bar is set to auto hide mode & application is launched, it get's full screen app. But when I try to focus mouse downside, its not showing the task bar.

Please help.

I am storing height & width like this :

public static void ResizePopupWindowOnDifferentResoultion(Window _clsWindow, double _dblBaseWidthWrt1920, double _dblBaseHeightWrt1200)
          if (BaseWindowActualWidth == 0)
               if ((System.Windows.SystemParameters.PrimaryScreenWidth / System.Windows.SystemParameters.PrimaryScreenHeight) > CstGenericCosntantsRepository.cdblMAIN_WINDOW_ASPECT_RATIO)
                   _dblBaseWindowActualHeight = System.Windows.SystemParameters.PrimaryScreenHeight;
                   BaseWindowActualWidth = _dblBaseWindowActualHeight * (CstGenericCosntantsRepository.cdblMAIN_WINDOW_ASPECT_RATIO);

               else if ((System.Windows.SystemParameters.PrimaryScreenWidth / System.Windows.SystemParameters.PrimaryScreenHeight) <= CstGenericCosntantsRepository.cdblMAIN_WINDOW_ASPECT_RATIO)
                   BaseWindowActualWidth = System.Windows.SystemParameters.PrimaryScreenWidth;
                   _dblBaseWindowActualHeight = BaseWindowActualWidth / (CstGenericCosntantsRepository.cdblMAIN_WINDOW_ASPECT_RATIO);


           _clsWindow.Width = _dblBaseWidthWrt1920 * (BaseWindowActualWidth / CstGenericCosntantsRepository.cdblMAIN_WINDOW_WIDTH);
           _clsWindow.Height = _dblBaseHeightWrt1200 * (BaseWindowActualHeight / CstGenericCosntantsRepository.cdblMAIN_WINDOW_HEIGHT);


[Edit]Code block added[/Edit]
Posted 18-Nov-12 3:33am
Updated 18-Nov-12 3:34am
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 18-Nov-12 11:33am
What does it mean "focus mouse downside"? The term "focus" means "keyboard focus" and nothing else, but mouse can shift the focus with the click. Only a focusable control can get focus. What control? Maybe, the question is not about focus...

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