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how do i display a form over task manager

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as some may have guessed, i am making a screensaver like application. i've done the usual stuff : form that is maximized with no border. when it is run, it covers the taskbar. but if the task manager is open, it shows under it. how can i make it so that it obscures the task manager (and any other high priority window that may be open).

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nishant
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Have you tried the AlwaysOnTop API
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Have you tried the AlwaysOnTop API
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Sorry I meant that as a comment, so you could try it first.
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Thanks a lot, that worked.

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