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Posted on 1998-12-13
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I'm trying to get my app show in the tray and be removed from tray then I want to. If I copy code found at
http://www.vbonline.com/vb-mag/9605/ryan/default.htm
the app shows in tray, but then I end the app it doesn't vanish from tray until I point on it with the mouse.
What's wrong?
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Change the TrayIcon.uId =vbNull lines in both _Load and _Unload to a number:

TrayIcon.uID=567
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by:manne
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It doesn't help.
I'm using win98 and vb5 sp3.
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