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#Actualrenega_666

Posted 30 April 2013 - 09:29 AM

Is it a 3rd party application or your own application?

 

If it is your own application you can setup command line arguments to hide the window.

 

If it is a 3rd party application, then you can get the top level window handle with FindWindow then call ShowWindow to hide it. I've never done it myself but I guess it could work...


#1renega_666

Posted 30 April 2013 - 09:28 AM

Is it a 3rd party application or your own application?

 

If it is your own application you can setup command line arguments to hide the window.

 

If it is a 3rd party application, the only way I know is to get the top level window handle with FindWindow then call ShowWindow. I've never done it myself but I guess it could work...


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