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Re: Full screen mode on windows

From: Evans Winner
Subject: Re: Full screen mode on windows
Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2008 14:56:48 -0600
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (gnu/linux)

dhruva <address@hidden> writes:

    Hi, I have the following key mapping and it just works
     fine on M$. You can add tests to check if tool bar is
     enabled and remove it, restore it later by storing
     keeping track (the way I restore - max/restore).
    (global-set-key [(control ?=)] '(lambda ()
                                  (if (and (boundp '*frame-max) *frame-max)
                                        (setq *frame-max nil)
                                        (w32-send-sys-command 61728))
                                      (setq *frame-max t)
                                      (w32-send-sys-command 61488)))))

This kind of thing has been suggested, but it does not solve
the main problem (which is what the thread starter asked
about) of removing all window borders (particularly the
title bar) in the W32 environment.  I spent a couple of
hours at one point trying to find a code to use with the
'w32-send-sys-command function that would have that effect,
but to no avail.  It can be done, of course, by some means;
Internet Explorer 7 (as an example) responds to the Windows
standard F11 key the way that is being described (it even
has a nice feature that allows you to temporarily get out of
the fullscreen mode by bumping the top of the screen with
the mouse pointer).

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