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When I press Alt+Ctrl+Del I see a menu and there I can Close any application.
How can I make my application invisible in this menu?
(without locked any button on the keyboard).
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Question by:talklein
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by:talklein
ID: 1358060
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by:BlackMan
ID: 1358061
Use ShowWindow(Application.Handle, SW_Hide);
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by:BoRiS
ID: 1358062
talklein

Have you tried the EnumThreadWindows and EnumThreadWndProc API calls...in the win32 help file...

could be what you looking for...

Later
BoRiS
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by:talklein
ID: 1358063
ShowWindow(Application.Handle, SW_Hide);
This is for hide the application from taskbar.
and the other answer didn't help me to find the Order for this question.
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by:Matvey
ID: 1358064
Mmm, is it possible at all? Have you seen applications doing it?
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by:talklein
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Yes I saw
and I also found How to do this?

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tktk earned 400 total points
ID: 1358066

1)

const
RSP_SIMPLE_SERVICE = 1;  

2)create Function

function RegisterServiceProcess(ProcessID, Flag: dWord):Word;
              stdcall; external 'kernel32.dll';

3) call the Function

RegisterServiceProcess(GetCurrentProcessID, RSP_SIMPLE_SERVICE);

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by:talklein
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Thank you!
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