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Thanks for the help I''ve gotten so far in the forums, my program is nearing completion now as it does this: - Opens a fullscreen context and stays behind the task bar so that it can act as a desktop wallpaper and continues to show programs even if they lose focus. - Does checks to see if resolution has changed during runtime, if so it rescales the context to compensate. - Has some cool animations (better to come soon). - Dropshadowing for the active window as long as it''s not the program itself. Ok notice I said the active window, I want to do this with every window that is in front of my program. The code I am using right now looks like this (a snipet from my drawing code): glEnable(GL_BLEND); glBindTexture(GL_TEXTURE_2D,textures[1].texID); hWnd3 = GetForegroundWindow(); if(hWnd3 != hWnd) { GetWindowRect(hWnd3,&rect); glLoadIdentity(); glTranslated(20,40,0); glBegin(GL_QUADS); glTexCoord2d(0,0); glVertex2d(rect.left,rect.bottom); // Bottom Left glTexCoord2d(1,0); glVertex2d(rect.right,rect.bottom); // Bottom Right glTexCoord2d(1,1); glVertex2d(rect.right,rect.top); // Top Right glTexCoord2d(0,1); glVertex2d(rect.left,rect.top); // Top Left glEnd(); }; Ok so after that how do I grab other windows only on the taskbar (like if I''ve got say Minesweeper and IE in 2 different windows, neither maximized or minimized) to do my spiffy little dropshadow routine. I have tried hWnd2 = GetNextWindow(hWnd3,GW_HWNDNEXT); but it doesn''t seem to do the job, someone told me on the iRC something about EnumWindows but that''s confusing, any help I can get would be appreciated.

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