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Topic: How to hide a task bar and there and then to recover, but not over other windows

Hello!
Under tell - my application launches other Windows application (under win8 and win10, a picture in a full screen mode), but quite often the task bar appears over a picture, which as behind the translucent panel.
It is possible to hide the panel - ShowWindow (FindWindow (' Shell_TrayWnd ', nil), sw_hide);
And then to recover it forcedly: ShowWindow (FindWindow (' Shell_TrayWnd ', nil), sw_show);
The minus - if something happens with my application, the user any more does not see a task bar in this session.
Whether it is possible to hide somehow, and then at once so to recover a task bar, what it would be under a picture?
Tried at recovery parameters - instead of sw_show SW_SHOWMINNOACTIVE, SW_SHOWNOACTIVATE and other - it is useless.

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Re: How to hide a task bar and there and then to recover, but not over other windows

Instead of easier to advance a window of started application over the panel with the help, for example,
SetForegroundWindow () or BringWindowToTop ()?.

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Re: How to hide a task bar and there and then to recover, but not over other windows

AleksVoronezh;

SetWindowPos (FindWindow (' Shell_TrayWnd ', nil), HWND_BOTTOM, 0, 0, 0, 0, SWP_NOACTIVATE or SWP_NOMOVE or SWP_NOSIZE);

Not ?

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Re: How to hide a task bar and there and then to recover, but not over other windows

Dimitry Sibiryakov wrote:

Instead of easier to advance a window of started application over the panel with the help, for example,
SetForegroundWindow () or BringWindowToTop ()?.

In 10 this panel any , sometimes gets out on the foreground and  to it - a full screen mode or not full screen...

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Re: How to hide a task bar and there and then to recover, but not over other windows

>> Instead of easier to advance a window of started application over the panel with the help, for example,
Yes, but strangely enough, it seems not always worked. Especially, there not one window at application and a picture it in general tries also itself on the upper plan to shutter (it opens PowerPoint in a mode of show of presentation)
If I will invent nothing, again in this direction I will dig.

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Re: How to hide a task bar and there and then to recover, but not over other windows

That if two programs will so do?

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Re: How to hide a task bar and there and then to recover, but not over other windows

Thanks for all councils, I study!

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Re: How to hide a task bar and there and then to recover, but not over other windows

It is unique that confuses - PowerPoint at control through COM opens a file and launches presentation in all screen without problems, but sometimes the task bar nevertheless is visible. If these operations to do by a mouse such problem is not present.

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Re: How to hide a task bar and there and then to recover, but not over other windows

AleksVoronezh wrote:

It is unique that confuses

In it of anything it is just surprising:  at multitasking are capable to create and not
Such miracles. The millisekundnaja time delay and a window any more in a state to float.

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Re: How to hide a task bar and there and then to recover, but not over other windows

It is all well, but once again: in Windows 10 already the horse-radish knows what is the time there is a bug when started full screen application (PowerPoint through F5, remote access on RDP, etc.) is torn on all screen, but thus below all the same remains the task bar, hiding an application window part is visible.

GunSmoker wrote:

Simply create windows as it is necessary for you and allow a task bar to perform the operation.

Here also there is a question: what to do, if the task bar does not fulfill the operation ?

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Re: How to hide a task bar and there and then to recover, but not over other windows

alekcvp wrote:

it is passed...
In 10 this panel any , sometimes gets out on the foreground and  to it - a full screen mode or not full screen...

It not a glitch, and not only in 10.
The Windows do not give for a long time to application "simply so" to draw out itself over all.
And about "sometimes" - too all according to plan. Assorted this not so for a long time.

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Re: How to hide a task bar and there and then to recover, but not over other windows

__ wrote:

it is passed...
It not a glitch, and not only in 10.
The Windows do not give for a long time to application "simply so" to draw out itself over all.
And about "sometimes" - too all according to plan. Assorted this not so for a long time.

So it is a question not about a topmost-window, and it is simple about the active full screen application. What horse-radish this inactive panel over an active window of displays?