|Subject:||Making an application that can run 'invisibly'|
|Posted by:||JJ (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Date:||Tue, 25 Sep 2007|
I have a Windows Delphi 2006 application.
When run 'normally', it is a typical Windows application, with windows,
I would like to have a mode where some functions in the application are
accessed by another EXE, and I would like my application to stay invisible
during this process.
For example, the other application would run my program with a command line
parameter, (myapp.exe /invisible) and then I would know to keep my
Some of the functions would require a dialog in my program to be displayed,
but I wouldn't want the main window shown during that.
I don't know if the solution is to have the main window off-screen but still
creating all windows, and still being able to show the occasional dialog, or
What would be the best way of doing that?