A question about one of my programs that's running on a Citrix server:
This program looses focus once it has started. Probably because Citrix starts some process just after my program has started. I can't find out what process, but a fact is that my program is not the active windows once it has started.
Because my program starts with a login window, the user must click on my program first before typing anything in the login window; rather annoying.
When I run my program locally or in the IDE there's no problem; once started my program is the active program. So, it's rather difficult to track and solve this problem.
What I like to know is: is there perhaps a way to force my program to become the active program. I could for instance progam a TTimer event, that runs some code 1 second after the program has been started. This code must force my program to become the active program.
Is there a way to achieve this?
Or is there perhaps another solution for this problem?
You used to be able to use the Windows API call 'SetForegroundWindow' but they changed it's behaviour in Windows98/2000 to stop you grabbing focus.
Here is a workaround(The fuction is fired by a timer..see
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