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    WM_WINDOWPOSCHANGED WindowPos struct flags

    I'm getting the following value in the WindowPos.flags field being sent via
    a WM_WINDOWPOSCHANGED message: 0x181B. However, in the documentation, there
    don't appear to be any flags with the values 0x1000 or 0x0800. Does anybody
    know what it means when these bits are lit?

    Thanks...

    Dan

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    Re: WM_WINDOWPOSCHANGED WindowPos struct flags

    Found this in the newsgroups:

    "Note: Windoze uses unknown SWP flags 0x1000 and 0x0800 to decide whether to send WM_MOVE or/and WM_SIZE respectively"

    and

    #define SWP_NOCLIENTSIZE 0x0800
    #define SWP_NOCLIENTMOVE 0x1000

    Does that tell you anything? (It's Greek to me)

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    Re: WM_WINDOWPOSCHANGED WindowPos struct flags

    Thanks Hans. It's just what I was looking for...Dan

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