I haven't tried this but you should be able to set the WindowState property with the Door library1-How to alway show the MDIChild form in "FullScreen", thus being maximized within the Parent Screen Area.
Use a FormEx for the Child, not a Form. From the help for FormEx.Run2-Whenever I close the CHILD form, the app also closes...To my knowleage, this is not the normal behaviour of a child...
Well, after some thought, I tryed the already existing "WindowState" property from FormExDesktop, and set it to 2, and it worked, no Door dll needed..I haven't tried this but you should be able to set the WindowState property with the Door library
Obj1.Value = FormExChild.ControlRef
Obj1.SetProperty("WindowState", "Maximized") ' Note the American spelling of Maximised
Version 1.8 now posted. At Cableguy's request this allows user editing and formatting of text.
Added SelectedRtf, SelectedText, SelectionFont, SelectionStart and SelectionLength properties. All formatting properties, Alignment, Bold, Color etc. are now assignable to selections.
Added GetSelectionFormat method. You need to use this when editing a selection to retrieve the present font attributes of the selection otherwise the most recently used font attributes will all be assigned to the selection when you change any of its attributes.
Added FontDialog.FontRef to retrieve a Font reference. You could use this with ImageLibEx or the SelectionFont property above.
Removed FontScript as it was doing nothing anyway.
Hi Andrew, I am just making a first attempt to use this feature. I copied the demo html file and gif to my AppPath but am getting (under desktop IDE) a pop-up saying that my HtmlPanel1.ShowHtmlFile(html) fails "Parameter not valid".I did modify it but missed one . Fixed now.