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high,

I found nothing in the helpfile about maximizing an application from the systray.

Is it generally not possible ... I found no commands ...

Can anyone help me ...

thx in advance

regards

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There is no easy way. I am sorry :|

You may try:

Looking for other way to pop up the window you need. E.G. Some application started with their .exe a second time pop up the old window.

Search the pixel color of the icon you need and double click on it. It works, but it is hard to implement. Also in XP may also have the need to uncover hidden icons.

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My English is not the best and it's hard for me to understand exactly ... sorry

You mean to run this app again to call it from the systray? The drawback is that the

app starts minized ...! *too bad* But you gave me a good hint regarding the color of the icon.

I didn't know that it's possible to address an object with it's color. Cool! But lets hope the color is

unique on my display. I'm a greenhorn regarding autoIt and it's possibilities ... but it's incredible !!!!!!!!

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Many applications that appear in the system tray run a hidden window. If you can find the title of the window, call WinSetState to maximize and show the hidden window.

I hope this helps.


David Nuttall
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It seems to be not the title of the app ... nor the classname.

Can you give me a tip how to find the title of a hidden window?

How is that? It's hidden ... if I got the message.

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