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I just finished a program I call Control Spy. Here is a little about it from the readme. ------------------------------------------------ This is a program was written in Borland Delphi 6. It allows you to veiw the classnames and handles of other programs'' controls. It also has the option to send a string to a specified control and/or view a string from a control. To use this program simply put your mouse cursor over the control you want and the classname, handle and string found will be shown. To freeze and unfreeze information press the 0 (zero) key. All hidden controls can be found on the hidden controls list. To show a previously hidden control just simply select the control from the list and press show. This program should prove to have many uses. ------------------------------------------------- If anyone is willing to help me with this program and improve it before I make a commercial release I will give a cut of profit. I''m soon going to put it up on some shareware sites and charge $10 for a licence. Check it out, let me know if you would like to help. http://gfx1.netfirms.com/control_spy_v1.0.zip contact me at food@toast.com

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One suggestion: resizing.
If the program''s window is resized, none of the components on it are changed. So clicking on maximize leaves the whole screen covered while the information is stuck in the top-left. Mabye change the window''s boarder and disable the maximize button or something?

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Hello there

About the resizing, you can use the anchors property of a
control to force it to resize with the window in a simular
way to the align property.

I would also make the application use the default windows
color schemes as this helps present a more professional
product. ( there is a document somewhere on msdn that goes
into all these sorts of aspects of gui development for the
windows OS ).

Good luck


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