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When I run my application I want my web browser to open automatically in fullscreen(F11) mode.
I'm working on an access control system using WPF desktop app ... I need the app to get full screen so nobody cant access to any application on the machine (to avoid people closing the app, shutting down the pc, changing system clock, etc...). Far away I
manage to do this by setting the form to maximized and the topmost property set to true ... this appears to work ok, but I'm wondering if theres another (and better) way to do this??
Basically I need to block everything else in the computer, no Alt+Tab, no Ctrl+Alt+Supr, no Alt+F4 (I was thinking to get the keyPreview event of the form, assuming the form is always topmost and the active form, and block any call if the first key is Alt
of Ctrl... but again, is there a better way?).
Thanks for your time!
I am working on a fullscreen project in WPF. In Silverlight fullscreen mode is simple. But I am having troubles getting completely fullscreen mode in a WPF Application. I tried doing Windows.WindowState, WindowStyle and such... But I still have
Anyway to get the screen into a complete fullscreen mode?
Thanks for any help :)
This is probably a simple situation, but I'm baffled. I have a Windows Form application in C#. Now the form's
FormBorderStyle is set to none. When I minimize the application from within the application it goes to the taskbar. If I click the icon in the taskbar, the form opens to normal. However if I try to click on
the icon in the taskbar to minimize, nothing happens.
I've tried searching but many of the response I'm finding deals with creating an icon in the Sys tray, which is not what I'm trying to figure out.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.
I'm working on an application, I already have it removing itself from DWM peek, but now I need to get it so that when the user clicks on the thumbnail for the application it doesn't just switch to the window.
Does anyone know of a way I can achieve this?