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JackFrost

A little prioritizing...

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I was wondering if there was any way, in VB.NET, to be able to keep a window "on top" of all other applications, even if it isn't selected. I have noticed this in Windows Media Player (when in skin mode), and was wondering if I could have the same functionality in my program.
"There is no failure without trial; for that matter, there is no success either." - someone [edited by - JackFrost on March 1, 2003 2:19:55 PM]

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