I would like to have Displays without minimaze and maxiamize buttons in window frames.
Is it possible to do?
If your display opens in FullScreen mode, would it solve your problem?
Please use the following code snippet to achieve that::
Private Sub Display_Open()
ThisDisplay.Application.FullScreen = True
Application.CommandBars.Item("Full screen ToolBar").Visible = False
Let me know if you have any questions,
Sorry, but FullScreen Mode does not solve my problem. I would like to have set of Displays in
diffrerent parts of screen - not having min/max buttons.
Thank you, Yuri.
I think I've seen a presentation from California ISO (T&D) where they had developed a solution for placing sets of displays across the screen, based on which operator was logged in - and how he/she wanted their desktop to look like (which displays to look at, their individual sizes, their locations, etc).
But I don't have any more details than that. I think it was all inside one ProcessBook instance though.
The only thing I can think of is to move the title bar so that it's mostly off the top of the screen to hide them. PB should remember the position you left it in, but that doesn't help for displays that are tiled on the bottom of the screen. The min/max buttons are default for Microsoft windows and can only be disabled if we changed to PB code to handle this.
Could you use the PI ActiveView control on a fixed VBA Form (or even a ProcessBook display for that matter)? This way the layout of your PDI files are fixed and can't be moved at all. There will be no min/max/close buttons for the individual displays and you can arrange them however you like in VBA design mode.
@Ashley: This option is certainly viable but I'd suggest to test it thoroughly.
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