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Window without title

Posted on 2004-09-29
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I have a window, which is basically a login box, it displays exactly as I want it, but when it displays in the task bar, it has an empty title.

The only way I can get it to display the name of the application in the task bar is to give the text property of the form a value. But this results in the main form displaying a header-bar, which I don't want.

Is there any way of saying that I want a description in the task-bar, but not in the header bar ??

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armoghan earned 250 total points
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change formborderstyle property to none and you will not see the titlebar but will see the title in taskbar
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That's the one, thanks.. I had fixedsingle, thought that would be enough.

Cheers
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