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  1. #1
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    hide/show application (open by keypress)

    Could anyone help me in this? please? I need to hide and show the application's idynamically according to some event (i.e. a sequence of key pressed).

    thanks in advance

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    Re: hide/show application (open by keypress)

    I cann't find how to make this thing:
    I want in order to my application work on background and activate by key pressed.

    How i can do that?

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    Re: hide/show application (open by keypress)

    You can use this code to hide (send to backround) your application:

    Code:
    void CYourAppUi::SendToBackground()
    {
    	TApaTask task(CEikonEnv::Static()->WsSession());
    	task.SetWgId(CEikonEnv::Static()->RootWin().Identifier());
    	task.SendToBackground(); 
    }
    You also have to include apgtask.h and link against apgrfx.lib

  4. #4
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    Re: hide/show application (open by keypress)

    Hi,

    ur problem is run the application in background and that application not displaying in applications menu, if u select the keypress application should be launch.

    regards,
    eswar

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