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Posted on 2002-06-19
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I don't remember the solution anymore. (i'm getting to old to remember).

My program has an MDI form, the normal taskbar on the bottom of windows is not visible anymore when my application is running. How can i leave space for this taskbar????.
Property windowstate is maximized.

GR. Zorxx
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MDI.ShowInTaskBar
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I suspect that you are running a subform from the main MDI form that has not got its attribute set to MDIChild = True

(...you haven't got autohide on the task bar set have you?!)
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by:Zorxx
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stupid stupid... . yes it was autohide... God how stupid of me..

Thanks PNJ for giving me this hint
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