Re: To move a window over others.
Hello, Went, you wrote: a C>> That generally is necessary? A C>> it is simple over the arbitrary window and to take away focus to itself W> This. But I already understood an inaccuracy of the reasonings, thanks. Well if it is really necessary to draw the attention) Can be called FlashWindow (Ex) Not for a long time to make the window TopMost. But it there is no telling how things will turn out. Top bridges-windows here it really angrily. Besides it is not necessary if it full screen or torn. Imagine, the second change completely changes a context of the user attention. Just on the screen there was one, and and already completely another. So it is not necessary. Absolutely precisely. If and to do the top bridge, . 3 seconds and reversely we hide. Young ZeBat extremely respected the (a picture at start) to hang up the top bridge while it is loaded. ! As it in it got. Only hinders - though and not long. If speech about attention engaging precisely input focus does not need to be taken away to itself. Besides: even if not for a long time to make the window the top bridge it can shield a window with text entering, and in any way it without showing, and keys on the former will go to the shielded window. Well basically it is possible also a window, if it only not torn . On-flicker in general. Here variants mass: seconds three to hide \show the window, it is possible to change a window background as in a cycle standard \what-thread bright type red (besides seconds of 3 and 2-3 iterations and finished). If an inscription or something such in a window, it is possible in the same style (3 seconds in a cycle, 2-3 iterations) to indulge with fonts. A standard font, waited 700, delivered same, but a bold-face type. Visually it looks as blinking. All these "flickers" become in a background thread not to lock the main. Well I actively applied the last 3 methods. Quite to itself reasonably looks. The attention attracts, but to the user does not hinder. What was specific to select a method - without knowing a specific target of specific application, to advise difficult.