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[why] form not in taskbar reappears when borderStyle:=bsNone ?

Posted on 1997-11-12
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Hi,
My goal is that my app does not appear in the taskbar,
I'm using the isLibrary trick to avoid it.
The problem is that when I set the borderStyle to bsNone
the app reappears in the taskbar. How can I avoid that ?

Thanks.
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Question by:jeurk
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Hi

Try "ShowWindow(Application.Handle, SW_HIDE);" instead of setting IsLibrary.

JB
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