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shokerandit

Making an application a sidebar

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Hi all!

I am quite new to AutoIt, so I hope my question is not too dumb.

I am using foobar2000 as audio player while I work on my notebook. And I don't want the foobar-window to disappear in the background while I do something. So I have the following question: Is it possible to make the foobar2000 window a kind of sidebar? I want it at the side of the screen and if I maximize other windows they should not cover the foobar's area. Like with e.g. Desktop Sidebar.

Is this possible? And how?

Something like that:

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Thanks and regards,

Shokerandit

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start with WinSetOntop()


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Do you want it to be on top or slide outside when you move mouse over it?

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Do you want it to be on top or slide outside when you move mouse over it?

I want it to stay visible - nos sliding or what so ever. And other windows shell not cover that area when maximizing.

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I want it to stay visible - nos sliding or what so ever. And other windows shell not cover that area when maximizing.

Any idea how this can be done?

Thanks and regards,

Shokerandit

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