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How can do that my form always located behind all other windows even if I click on it? - something like in a Desktop (shell) program? And how after that make it possible to be active when I want it...?

Can you show it in sample?
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Question by:Masonok
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Gurkan earned 50 total points
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Hi,
You can use SetWindowPos function

I have no time for exact answer but u can find details from help file. Examples:

SetWindowPos(wnd,HWND_TOPMOST,20,20,200,200,0);

SetWindowPos(wnd,HWND_BOTTOM, 40,40,150 ,150 , SWP_NOACTIVATE);
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by:Masonok
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Where should I place this function?
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by:Gurkan
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did u try onshow
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by:Masonok
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Yes. But but It seems that nothing going on!

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by:Gurkan
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give me time
I'll try and give the code if I can do it
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by:Gurkan
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I put the code below n onpaint event and its ok

SetWindowPos(Form1.Handle,HWND_BOTTOM,20,20,200,200,0);
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