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Dock a window - like on screen keyboard.  (tabtip.exe)

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how can I make a simple form that floats, but also can be docked when X is clicked the edge of the screen, just like the like the Windows  on-screen keyboard.  (tabtip.exe)??
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Use the Screen class for information about the screen. The Form.DesktopLocation property and  DesktopBounds can also be used to achieve what you like.
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