I am trying to open an application on a specific screen. I need to be able to open an application NOT on my primary screen. I have a VB6 application but the VB6 APIs don't work properly. VB.Net API seem to work sort of. I can size the window using the SetWindowPos API but I need to be able to send the window to
x1 = -1280
y1 = -1024
x2 = 0
y2 = 0
yeah that rights...my left hand screen is my 2nd screen and therefore the x,y values fall into the negative.
all I care about is being able to place a window on a specific screen. For that I need the relevant Window Handle (which is possible to get from New Process.mainwindowhandle) and something to set the window's postion in the virtual desktop. Anybody know how?
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