[Interest] Windows application's main window does not have standard Windows' main-window's features
scorp1us at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 25 18:41:33 CET 2013
It sounds like you have an "owner-drawn" window titlebar which is all the latest rage in browsers (chrome and FF do it).
It's been _years_ since I dealt with one. I would expect someone to set it to "no titlebar" and just plopped in buttons where the controls should be. Your first step would be to modify the window flags to get the os-drawn title bar back then deal with the duplicate button issues.
From: Suresh Govindachar <sgovindachar at yahoo.com>
To: interest at qt-project.org
Sent: Sunday, February 24, 2013 9:29 PM
Subject: [Interest] Windows application's main window does not have standard Windows' main-window's features
Currently, the main window of an application written in QT on and for 64
bit Windows 7 does not have the usual Windows title bar -- I mean the
bar that has the "minimize (_)", "maximize ()", and "kill (X)" icons
at the right. Also, hitting "Alt-spacebar" does not result in the
Windows standard drop-down menu in the upper left (the menu with items
Restore, Move. Size, Minimize, Maximize, Close). And right- or left-
clicking in the upper horizontal area of the application's main window
I have access to the QT source code of the application.
Question: What needs to be modified in the code to give this
application the standard Windows' main-window's feature?
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