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    Can't return display to full screen??

    My app sets a control to full screen, and draws to the full screen. At a certain point I want to be able to return the display to just the main pane. I can do that with CCoeControl::SetExtent(). That works to display the control in just the main pane. However, whatever was previously drawn shows above (status pane) and below (control pane). I can't see the program name and icon in the status pane, or the Options menu in the control pane - they're obscurred by whatever was last drawn when the control was full screen.

    How do I clear, or refresh, the display to get the status pane and control pane showing again?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Can't return display to full screen??

    Found the answer to my own question.

    I need to also call SetRect() on the control, setting the rect to the main pane size. Then the status and control panes show up.

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    Re: Can't return display to full screen??

    Hi,

    setting rect is good way, other way is to hide CBA and the top panel. If you need fast graphics access use DSA (read some white papers from nokia web site).

    Bye
    STeN

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