What Is The Best Way To Make A Delphi Application Completely Full Screen?
What is the best way to make a delphi application (delphi 2007 for win32 here) go completely full screen, removing the application border and covering windows task bar ?
I am looking for something similar to what IE does when you hit F11.
I wish this to be a run time option for the user not a design time decision by my good self.
As Mentioned in the accepted answer
BorderStyle := bsNone;
was part of the way to do it. Strangely I kept getting a
E2010 Incompatible types: 'TFormBorderStyle' and 'TBackGroundSymbol' error when using that line (another type had
To overcome this I had to use :
BorderStyle := Forms.bsNone;
Well, this has always worked for me. Seems a bit simpler...
procedure TForm52.Button1Click(Sender: TObject); begin BorderStyle := bsNone; WindowState := wsMaximized; end;
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