Here is my approach to make a compact framework form fullscreen:
A class that enables you to
- lock/unlock the taskbar
- hide/show the taskbar and resize form to occupy the whole screen
- hide the menu bar but show/hide SIP
- disables OS to capture Function keys like F6/F7 for Volume Up/Down etc and makes these keys available to be used in your app. Also the use of the WinKey does not open the Start Menu
(You are right, you dont see ‘fullscreen’ in the screen shot, BUT the taskbar is locked!)
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Updated on 10. feb 2010
I finished a toolset to free the function keys on windows mobile devices. That means a tool set that will give you back the function keys. Instead of F3 launching the phone app, you can free the F3 key and use it in your app.
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Updated 7. june 2010: added source code and binaries for KeyTest3AK with prechecked WM_KEYDOWN, WM_KEY_UP, WM_CHAR and option to save a log.
DOWNLOAD:KeyTest3AK (evc4 source, with logging option, bin for ArmV4 and ArmV4i)
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I just finished my KeyTest3AK. You can take alook at what keycodes produced by the keys on your handheld. Additionally there are options to test what happens, if you use GXOpenInput(), RegisterHotKeys(), UnregisterFunc1 and AllKeys().
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I just started this blog. I will import the existing stuff from hjgode.de/dev from time to time. But now, here is my first post.
Microsoft decided to discontinue GAPI. That is OK for me, as I only use GXOpenInput and GXCloseInput to disable the hijacking of function keys and to have a kiosk application that dies the user not reach the OS.
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