Alex Lee wrote:
> Dear all:
> Have a couple of questions, and was wondering if someone can help me out.
> 1) Don't know if I am phrasing this correctly, but is there a way to
> create a window that stays open all the time, regardless of what is
> happening? For example I would like to create a windows that locks
> itself on the side of the screen, it stays open regardless of what I do,
> example, open explorer, launch another application.
I think you are talking about a 'Application Toolbar' - a window kind of
like the windows taskbar, that docks to one side of the desktop, and
allows other windows to only appear in the remaining space? If so,
then it's not immediately straightforward - there is some work underway
at the moment to produce a class that will do this.
> 2) Is there a way to disable the ability of the user to change to size
> of the window?
Try this combination of options on your window constructor (untested):
my $window = Win32::GUI::Window->new(
-resizable => 0,
-maximizebox => 0,
-controlbox => 0,
Win32::GUI, a perl extension for native Win32 applications