From: Piske, Harald <Harald.P<iske@bo...> - 2001-04-25 17:02:01
| If anyone knows how to get a Window to not be
| displayed in the taskbar, please let me know.
I did not try it, but if I'm not mistaken, only top level windows (ie,
desktop children) appear in the taskbar. If you manage to create a window as
a child to your "main" window, it might solve a problem or two (or create
There is in fact a -parent => option coded in the XS function
ParseWindowOptions, which is used by both Win32::GUI::DialogBox and
Win32::GUI::Window. As I said, I did not try it and don't have the time
right now. Maybe there is also another way to hide the taskbar icon of top
From: Johan Lindstrom <jpl@bo...> - 2001-04-30 14:32:20
>| If anyone knows how to get a Window to not be
>| displayed in the taskbar, please let me know.
>There is in fact a -parent => option coded in the XS function
Yes, Harald "Win32::GUI trivia" Piske did it again :)
Createing a window with a -parent => $winParent will display the window on
top of the parent window, but it will not make it inactive in any way.
Johan Lindström, Sourcerer, Boss Casinos Ltd, Antigua