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Subject: RE: Techniques for a display screen
Thread ID: 143211 Message ID: 143313 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 6 Category: Projects and Design
Date: Monday, August 27, 2007 7:07:52 PM         
   


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> > You have to set up the two monitors so that the desktop is "stretched" across both monitors. Then you can display the forms by setting appropriate LEFT properties.
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> > Bernard
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> Thanks very much...
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You may also want to check out my ctl32_formstate class, that saves form position, size and state (maximized, minimized), and supports multiple monitor configurations:

http://www.ctl32.com.ar/ctl32_formstate.asp

Even if you don't use the class, check out the code to get ideas on how to handle form position in another monitor. how to check for the presence of multiple monitors, etc.

Carlos Alloatti

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Techniques for a display screen Posted by chris smith @ 8/26/2007 5:00:17 AM
RE: Techniques for a display screen Posted by Bernard Bout @ 8/26/2007 11:34:31 AM
RE: Techniques for a display screen Posted by chris smith @ 8/26/2007 1:19:58 PM
RE: Techniques for a display screen Posted by Carlos Alloatti @ 8/27/2007 7:07:52 PM