Laurence, I think the message is sent only when the resolution changes, not the size of the window.
Rohit On 15/08/2011 3:05 p.m., Laurence Bevan wrote: > Hi, > > I'm trying to detect a change in the client screen size on a Windows tablet. > The tablet comes bundled with a toolbar application which displays along the > left side of the screen which the user can hide or display by clicking in > the taskbar area (not a particularly useful tool but users love it!!). This > cuts down the width of the screen area by about 30 pixels depending on the > resolution. I want my application to grow (or shrink) in size when they > hide/display the toolbar. > > I'm using the following code below in D7: > > private > procedure WMDisplayChange(var Message:TMessage) ; message > WM_DISPLAYCHANGE; > ... > > procedure TMainForm.WMDisplayChange(var Message: TMessage) ; > begin > ShowMessage('Change in display size detected!') ; > inherited; > end; > > however nothing fires when the screen area changes. My application has no > title bar or borders which I'm wondering if this is causing the problem. Any > ideas?? > > I could use a timer to monitor the screen work area every second or > something but I would rather get the OS to notify my app if possible. > > Regards, > Laurence Bevan _______________________________________________ NZ Borland Developers Group - Delphi mailing list Post: email@example.com Admin: http://delphi.org.nz/mailman/listinfo/delphi Unsubscribe: send an email to delphi-requ...@delphi.org.nz with Subject: unsubscribe