Hay there i try to create a gui and delete them on my secound monitore when i was in a fullscreen application but i noticed that i got tabed out of the application every time i created a new gui
how to fix that i get tabed out i already tryed with winsetontop("application", "", 1)
sry im stupid
A little animated Screensaver based on FavIcons
A little Screensaver based on FavIcons
Like this screenshot
Most websites use 16x16 Icons, so for a better display i used only those who have a 32x32 format.
Thanks to :
Ward for his BinaryCall UDF ( for call in memory lzma.dll and titchisid.dll )
and trancexx for his ResourcesViewerAndCompiler ( for create the huge icons resource dll )
If you have some time to loose, you can get files in the Download Section
Edit 1 : Config is available via right click on compiled version.
Edit 2 : Last version do not use lzma.dll and icons resource dll but an ImageList from a jpg for store the 730 "icons"
Two tiny, simple scripts (secondDesktop & desktopSwitch) that elaborate (slightly) on _WinAPI_CreateDesktop() to create a second workspace with some interesting features:
Startup: define any number of programmes to be auto-started on the second desktop, hard-coded (by you, in desktopSwitch.au3) or parsed as parameters (from secondDesktop.au3); Full desktop mode: provides acccess to all your desktop shortcuts, start menu (Win7), taskbar, plus a one-button switch in both desktops; Kiosk mode: provides an empty workspace where only your designated startup entries will run; Switch button/GUI is absent; an unadvertised hotkey provides switching to the original desktop (Ctrl-Alt-Del still works, but a task manager started on the second desktop will appear on the original desktop). To enable kiosk mode, set flag $kioskmode=True in secondDesktop.au3; Security: software keyloggers running in your regular environment cannot capture keystrokes on the second desktop, and windows messages cannot be sent between desktops, so your apps won't be hijacked easily through remote control. (NB not extensively tested; use at your own risk!) In full desktop mode, the (red or green) background colour of the Switch GUI shows you whether you are on the exposed or secure desktop. I SecondDesktop.v0.8.7z (first beta release)
Important: you'll need to compile desktopSwitch before running secondDesktop. You can test your edited version of desktopSwitch.au3 "dry," as a script on your regular desktop first, by setting its internal flag $testing=True; but don't forget to reset that flag again before compiling.
I've searched but can only find posts from people with the opposite problem (asking how to get their GUI to display on top of a full-screen app, usually a game.
I've created a toolbar which I use in a work environment, creating the GUI with the following styles;
$hwnd = GUICreate($title, $toolbarWidth, $height, $left, $top, $WS_POPUPWINDOW, BitOR($WS_EX_TOOLWINDOW, $WS_EX_TOPMOST)) I want it to have a TOPMOST style as it's supposed to behave like the Windows taskbar (which it does in all but one scenario). If I start a full-screen RDP session, I can still see my toolbar and have to close it. Is there a way I can make it appear on top of all windows *except* full-screen apps (in the same way the taskbar allows full-screen apps on top of it)? Thanks in advance. Val.